Collaboration Pays Off

Towns, Steve
June 2009
Government Technology;Jun2009, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p6
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the impact of U.S. President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package on the information technology (IT) community, focusing on the role of chief information officers (CIOs). He explains that CIOs are responsible for creating systems that will monitor the spending of states that will be reported back to the federal government, under the package. The author notes that generally he has seen praises for Obama's package from the IT community.


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