Four Steps Public-Sector CIOs Should Take to Break Down Silos Impeding Innovation
Bitko, Gordon; CIO Network
Government agencies, almost by design, are large and slow-moving. When something goes wrong, the response is often to add another policy and another layer of approvals and reviews. This slows things down even more and frustrates efforts by CIOs and other decision-makers to make informed and timely choices. IT leaders have tools to overcome this friction. There are four necessary steps that public-sector CIOs should take to deliver capabilities at speed.