CIO 2.0: The changing role of the public sector Chief Information Officer
The truest measure of a government’s success is the value it creates for its citizens, communities and businesses. And now more than ever government agencies rely on information technology (IT) to help them maximise that value – making their services more efficient, more useful, more responsive and more accessible.
In this new world of technology-enabled transformation, government chief information officers (CIOs) play an increasingly important role. Keeping the government’s data centres up and running used to be good enough. But now, a CIO’s primary challenge is helping other government leaders see what’s possible — then driving that vision of transformation through an organisation where bureaucracy and culture make it difficult to change.
This book was written to help government leaders use information and technology to create more value — for their agencies and for the constituents those agencies serve. It describes the government’s 10 biggest IT challenges and highlights the essential capabilities required to deal with them.
Download the 16-page booklet below.
CIO 2.0: The Changing Role of the CIO in Government (PDF, 170 KB)
A public sector perspective of the role of the Chief Information Officer