Ask the CIO: CIO Survey Preview

Wednesday - 3/4/2009, 7:37pm EST

Jason Miller & Paul Wohlleben

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On average, federal chief information officers don't last for more than two years in their job. But a a recent survey of 53 executive, legislative and judicial branch CIOs finds more technology officials aren't leaving so soon.

Tomorrow morning at 10:30 on Federal News Radio's Ask the CIO program, our own Jason Miller brings us an explanation of this and other trends from the 19th Annual Federal CIO survey. Paul Wohlleben, chairman of the CIO Survey task force, details some of the findings during a recent conference.