Feds share IT perspective with state leaders

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A new video from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers Midyear conference features a panel discussion of federal chief information officers discussing major technology trends impacting how government is doing business and opportunities where states can best collaborate with the federal government. The event was held April 28 to May 1 in Washington, D.C.

Panelists included Margie Graves, acting chief information officer, Department of Homeland Security; Chuck Riddle, chief information officer, U.S. Government Printing Office;
Kathy Conrad, principal deputy associate administrator, Office of Citizen Services General Services Administration; and Michael Wash, CIO, National Archives.

Key discussion points include mobility, shared services, cloud computing, security, agile development, governance and data digitization.

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