A Radical Transformation

Harris, Blake
March 2009
Government Technology;Mar2009, Vol. 22 Issue 3, Special section p6
Academic Journal
An interview with District of Columbia chief technology officer Vivek Kundra is presented. When asked on some of the new approaches he introduced in Washington, D.C., he mentions lowering the cost of government operations by moving toward consumer technologies rather than technologies focused within the enterprise and information technology (IT) governance. He describes his approach to running IT projects. He also cites some examples of public data that he made available.


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