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Former D.C. CTO pops up as general manager at IBM

by • 1 year ago

Archana Vemulapalli will continue her work in technology in a global networking management role.

D.C. appoints chief data officer as interim CTO replacement

by • 1 year ago

Barney Krucoff will act as the city's lead technology, replacing outgoing Chief Technology Officer Archana Vemulapalli.

CISO John MacMichael leaves D.C. government for Gartner

by • 1 year ago

The former Navy captain says he will continue supporting government through his new role with the research company.

D.C. CTO Archana Vemulapalli announces resignation

by • 1 year ago

The national thought leader will stay with the District until early 2018.

Government's digital transformation should be a constant and sustained process, says Washington D.C. CTO

by • 1 year ago

If states and cities want to change the way they operate, they need first to look toward effective leadership and attracting and retaining the right people, says the district's chief technology officer.

D.C. to lead East Coast growth of Startup in Residence program

by • 1 year ago

As a 2018 nationwide expansion approaches, the nation's capital announces it will serve as civic tech program's East Coast hub.

D.C. introduces daily updates to crash data on open gov portal

by • 2 years ago

The information flow will support the Vision Zero initiative, which aims to reduce the number of traffic-related deaths and serious injuries in the city to zero.

D.C. announces 'open by default' data policy

by • 2 years ago

After months of public input, the District unveiled the final version of an open data policy that streamlines internal data sharing and encourages transparency.

The keys to increasing diversity in tech? STEM education and removing gender bias, D.C. CTO says

by • 2 years ago

Archana Vemulapalli calls on leaders in the tech industry to acknowledge and fight against gender bias and put a premium on STEM education as the nation trains its next generation of leaders.

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