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Federal Chief Technology Officer in the Obama Administration: Options and Issues for Consideration
John F. Sargent, Jr. (au)
In Nov. 2007, Senator Barack Obama announced his intention, if elected president, to appoint a federal chief technology officer (CTO). He also identified several specific areas of responsibility of the CTO including transparency of government operations, computer andnetwork security (sometimes referred to as cybersecurity), identification and adoption of best technologies and practices by federal agencies, and interoperability of emergency communications technologies for first responders. On April 18, 2009, President Obama appointed Virginia Sec. of Tech. Aneesh P. Chopra to serve in the newly created position of federal CTO. The president indicated that Mr. Chopra would undertake roles beyond what might be considered traditional CTO responsibilities. Contents of this report: (I) Overview; (II) Background; (III) Potential Scope of Duties and Authorities; (IV) Organizational Precedents: Agency CIOs, CTOs, and the Chief Information Officers Council (CIO Council); CIO, CTO, and e-Government Positions at OMB; National Performance Review/National Partnership for Reinventing Government; Dept. of Commerce Technology Admin.; White House Office of Science and Technology Policy; (V) Potential Challenges; (VI) CTO Structure and Activities in the Obama Admin.; (VII) Issues for Consideration by Congress.
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