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Reflections from the outgoing Federal Chief Information Officer The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) met on July 15, 2011. Outgoing Federal CIO Vivek Kundra updated the committee and gave insights into many of the challenges he sees ahead. “I think the privacy implications are very, very serious,” Kundra said. “From a national security perspective what we’ve done is […]

Raytheon seeks to innovate around IT security services

Michael Daly, CISO, Ratheon As large-scale security breaches become more commonplace, the challenge for most CIOs and chief information security officers (CISOs) is just trying to keep up with the threats — never mind innovating around IT security services.

Codelco CIO transforms business with business process automation

MARCO ANTONIO ORELLANA SILVA, CIO, Codelco-Chile Codelco-Chile’s CIO, who won this year’s MIT Innovation award, explains how business process automation is changing how the mining company operates.

CIO revs up highway patrol with massive application modernization

CLIFFORD GRONAUER, CIO, Missouri State Highway Patrol Most CIOs take on application modernization one legacy app at a time. That wasn’t the case with the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s intrepid CIO.