In the news: Should Obama's CTO be a CIO?

Barack Obama should appoint a true chief information officer to take the lead on developing and implementing technology policy, writes Curt Monash, founder of Monash Research, on the Network World Web site.


Monash supports Obama's idea of appointing a chief technology officer, but says that the federal government needs a "true CIO" to handle such issues as procurement policies, best practices and training and recruiting. Read the complete post.

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