Digging Deeper On CIOs

Here is a selection of World Wide Web sites and information sources of interest to Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and those who care about them.

The Federal CIO Council site
houses information collected by the CIO working group, more than 80 information technology executives from 28 agencies who developed a report filled with recommendations on how CIO positions should be structured. In addition, the report contains a how-to on capital planning for information technology investments. The report also contains the recommendations of the Industry Advisory Council and is available on the CIO Council's Web site.

The Information Professional's Career Page,
part of a site called "A Business Researcher's Interests," contains a section on CIOs covering everything from the CIO-CEO relationship to the likely evolution of the job into Chief Knowledge Officer in the not-to-distant future.

CIO Magazine,
a monthly publication serving CIOs in industry and government, presents a CIO Executive Library and Resource Center filled with articles about the job itself, salary information and tips. In addition, CIO's site boasts a Government Resource Center. The magazine's July 1, 1996 cover story focused on public sector CIOs.

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