Government Executive : Vol. 43 No. 7 6/15/11)
- June 15, 2011
Government's chief officers are taking on bigger challenges than ever.
By Tom Shoop
'C' Is for Change
As agency chiefs take the lead on financial, technology and personnel reforms, they see hurdles to innovation.
By Erin Dian Dumbacher
Chief information officers face tight budgets and apprehension in the push toward public access, data transparency and cloud computing.
By William Matthews
Chief of the Year: Information
FINANCEThe Little Things Add Up
Chief financial officers sharpen their focus on technology, internal controls and training to accomplish incremental goals.
Chief of the Year: Finance
HUMAN CAPITALPutting People First
For chief human capital officers, hiring reform is key to making government an attractive place to work despite limited pay and resources.
By Emily Long/em>
Chief of the Year: Human Capital
INFORMATION SECURITYOn the Cyber Beat
Chief information security officers must balance mission requirements against threats to vital data.
By Aliya Sternstein
Chief of the Year: Information Security