Federal CIO Kundra talks IT strategy

InformationWeek

Vivek Kundra was appointed federal CIO by President Obama in March 2009, with a broad range of responsibilities, including strategic planning of federal IT, oversight of the government's $76 billion IT budget, and enterprise architecture. Since taking the job, Kundra has had a hand in the launch of the new "IT Dashboard," which provides information on the status of major investments, and Apps.gov, a portal for cloud computing services, among other initiatives. One of Kundra's primary mandates is to develop technologies and processes in support of Obama's call for open, transparent government.

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