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Obama’s Victory Speech: Why Change and Forward is Not Enough for Government IT

by Andrea Di Maio  |  November 8, 2012

Like many people around the world, I listened to the US President’s speech after his victory at the last election. I found one sentence particularly inspiring: "America is not about...

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From E-government to Open Government: Back to the Future

by Andrea Di Maio  |  May 27, 2010

On May 25 and 26 I did attend the World Congress on Information Technology held in sunny, chilly and beautiful Amsterdam. This was a massive event with more than 4000...

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US Open Government Directive is Disappointing

by Andrea Di Maio  |  December 8, 2009

Earlier today, the US federal government issued the long-awaited Open Government Directive, as requested in an executive memo issued in January by President Obama. The directive covers the three principles...

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New US Federal CTO Shares His Priorities: Good Ideas, Hard To Implement

by Andrea Di Maio  |  June 4, 2009

Aneesh Chopra, the recently appointed CTO for the US Federal Government, made a speech at the ACT/IAC Management of Change Conference, which was very well received, at least judging from...

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US Federal CIO Shows A Conservative Attitude On Social Media

by Andrea Di Maio  |  April 29, 2009

I used to be Facebook friend with Vivek Kundra, the US Federal CIO, when he was the CTO in Washington DC. His page would include a nice mixture of personal and...

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