Report shows federal CIOs pushing forward with agile and cloud initiatives

Business Wire reportsThornton_PSC that The Professional Services Council (PSC) and Grant Thornton have released the findings of their 2017 federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) survey, Transitions: Managing Federal IT in a Dynamic Environment.

The report shows continued momentum around agile and DevOps processes, structure and culture, as well as continued progress moving relevant systems and services to cloud computing platforms.

Concerns of federal CIOs include cybersecurity, budgetary constraints, and uncertainty surrounding an unusual presidential transition.

“At a time of transition, budgetary uncertainty and competition for IT talent, federal CIOs continue to push forward and attempt to do more with less,” said George DelPrete, principal with Grant Thornton Public Sector. “CIOs must continually find creative ways to innovate and bring new ideas to their organizations while addressing enduring challenges like battling increasing cyber threats and maintaining mission-critical legacy systems.”

Read the full article: Federal CIOs report progress on agile, cloud computing despite budget and cybersecurity challenges | Business Wire

2017-10-09T15:31:54-08:00 October 9th, 2017|Categories: Agile government|Tags: , , |

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