Are US State CIOs Investing in the Right IT?

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Is State IT Working on the Right Things?

Should State CIOs support often-changing business strategies with the latest technology or focus on the business operating models that support the core functions of their states? How can they identify and execute the 'right things'?

National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) and Infosys Public Services survey state government IT leaders on processes and mechanisms necessary to ensure that State IT is "working on the right things".

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Is State IT Working on the Right Things? Identifying and Investing in Right IT

Date: July 16, 2015

Time: 3 pm – 4 pm ET


Craig Orgeron, Chief Information Officer and Executive Director, State of Mississippi

Eric Sweden, Program Director, Enterprise Architecture and Governance, NASCIO

Matthew Rigney, Senior Principal, Infosys Public Services

Tom Jaskowiak, Senior Principal, Infosys Public Services

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