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AFCEA Bethesda Honors IT Innovators

Tags: Bethesda honors, IT, innovationsPosted: 06/01/2017

10 government and industry leaders recognized at InnovateIT Awards Luncheon. The AFCEA Bethesda chapter awarded both government and industry change agents for their part in advancing IT within their organization and governmentwide, at its 10th Annual InnovateIT Awards Luncheon on June 1. The…

SAMHSA’s Donald Cox on IT in Health Agencies

Tags: Donald Cox, IT, health agenciesPosted: 05/01/2017

SAMHSA Frames IT as Business Technology Donald Cox, Chief Information Officer for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, took the position just earlier this year. Generally, his job description includes supporting internal offices with technology needs and sitting on the…

IT Capital Planning – Why Are We Doing It?

Tags: ITPosted: 09/19/2016

It’s that time of year again – Information Technology (IT) Capital Planning time. Time to figure out your agency IT priorities, your investment requirements, and how much everything is going to cost two years from now. Dust off your crystal ball because the IT Portfolio Summaries (ITPS) and Major…

DCIM: Exposing IT Value to the Business

Tags: IT, information technologyPosted: 09/16/2016

The IT industry is currently experiencing an amazing transformation. Whereas most long-term IT professionals have spent their careers creating and supporting increasingly complex IT structures with primary metrics of availability and uptime, the new CIO mantra has become service delivery at the…

IT and Business: It Takes Two To Tango

Tags: technology strategy, ITPosted: 05/01/2013

The Tango is a South American ballroom dance that requires two people to be performed. There is a saying—“It takes two to Tango”— that was made popular as a result of a 1952 song by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning and refers to any activity that can't be carried out without the existence of two people…