Federal CIOs Have Problems
Federal CIOs don't have enough money to modernize federal government IT, and sequestration is the easiest but least effective way to control costs. That's according to the latest TechAmerica/ Grant Thornton survey of 41 federal CIOs and other IT officials. Sequestration and continuing resolutions leave the ground shaky, says TechAmerica global public sector SVP Trey Hodgkins. Other findings: CIOs still think the IT acquisition system is broken. Also, cybersecurity talent remains elusive and federal IT employees are choosing to retire over continuing to work without pay raises.
So now that we know what keeps federal CIOs up at night, what worries private sector CIOs? Tell Bisnow's Tania Anderson.