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FCW : September 30, 2014
September 30, 2014 FCW.COM 9 security clearances were revoked by DOD in scal 2009 through 2013 18,645 Free On Demand Webcast Healthcare and Mobility: How Mobile Solutions are Revolutionizing Patient Care In this webcast, Kathy Frisbee, Co-Director, Connected Health, Veterans Health Administration, will discuss the best practices and lessons learned on mobile technology in the healthcare eld. Topics to be covered include: mobile app strategy generated data mobile health pilot www.fcw.com/2014MobileHealthcare Air Force CIO Lt. Gen. Michael Basla said a recent restructuring of his of ce will help it better defend cyberspace and implement IT projects across the service. The CIO of ce s "realignment," as he has dubbed it, is meant to syn- chronize cyberspace strategy, policy and programming. "The bottom line here is Air Force investments [in] cyberspace capabili- ties must align with strategic deci- sion-making, and we must improve this alignment so that we can free up resources for modernization and fur- ther innovation," Basla said Sept. 4 at a conference in Vienna, Va., hosted by AFCEA s Northern Virginia Chapter. Basla, who is also the Air Force s chief of information dominance, described a CIO of ce in transition, one that is catching up to the instan- taneous nature of cyberspace. "We no longer operate in silos," he said. "We have created interdepen- dent linkages that open up 66 lines of communication among my staff. We re getting at like you in industry have already been." Paraphrasing advice he said he has heard from industry leaders, he said, "This domain operates fast, and we can t wait for the normal bureaucracies that are traditionally in the Pentagon." Basla, who will retire from the Air Force in November, told FCW that the realignment will outlive his tenure as CIO. Better communication and coor- dination of Air Force IT needs among CIO staff are here to stay, he said. "To be honest with you, my staff was improperly organized to do that in the past," he said. Basla s last months in of ce could bring more organizational and policy changes. He said he asked for and received the go-ahead from the Air Force s senior leaders to centralize more authority in the CIO of ce. With that authority, he hopes to improve the accuracy of IT budget reporting, which he said is a de ciency in the service. To correct that de ciency, the CIO s IT compliance division is reviewing investments to see if they are proper- ly registered in the Enterprise IT Data Repository, Basla said. The repository helps with IT portfolio management by offering a place to view, load and query data from various systems. --- Sean Lyngaas Air Force CIO: Restructuring is key to infor mation dominance
September 15, 2014