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"CIOs that are adopting desktop virtualization can be CIOs that can say 'yes' to things; before they had to say 'no' because there was no way to manage those devices."
Francis Rose is joined by industry leaders and federal employees in an effort to parse out the lines of distinction.
CIOs are getting new responsibilities and powers, and will need new skills to execute them.
The big IT projects your agency is working on are getting broken into smaller pieces, and one expert thinks that's a good thing.
Jason Miller and Mark Amtower count down the top three most important Federal news stories of the week.
Your agency's cybersecurity marching orders may be changing. Former cyber czar Melissa Hathaway joined In Depth with Francis Rose with the latest analysis of bills in Congress that could change the nation's cybersecurity mandate. She tells Federal News Radio that it's down to two bills and one could have an impact on the role of CIOs.
Tim Hoechst, Chief Technology Officer at Agilex, has been thinking about technological innovation and diffusion. You should too.
One of the most experienced Pentagon acquisition experts has good news and bad news about Secretary Robert Gates's plan to reshape the Pentagon.
This week's most important Federal news stories as selected by Tom Simmons of Citrix and Jon Desenberg of the Performance Institute.
In theory electronic health records are a great idea. However there are problems that must be addressed before they will be widely accepted among physicians and hospitals.