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FCW : November 15, 2012
November 15, 2012 FCW.COM 11 Mobile and Wireless RESEARCH REPORT TOPICS INCLUDE Employees Can't do Their Jobs Effectively Without Their Mobile Devices The Case for Enterprise Apps The Rise of the Tablet Mobile Device Management: A Prerequisite for BYOD Dismantling the Barriers to Increased Use of Mobile Devices FCW.COM/ C O MO W TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: Sponsored by Verizon Wireless SCAN THIS QR CODE with your smartphone for the full research report. In a survey of the most attractive employers in America, 17 federal agencies made the top 100 list for IT. Accord- ing to a poll of nearly 60,000 undergraduates and 6,000 MBA students by employer-branding rm Universum, the following agencies appeal to tech-focused job seekers: Agencies also fared well in other categories: NASA was No. 1 among engineering employers, while NIH topped the natural science list. Agencies place high on list of appealing tech employers Make room in the C-suite While efforts to re ne the agency CIO s role continue, would-be reformers are calling for still other C-level of - cers to be added to the mix. Chief data of cers are a hot topic, with advocates of big and open data pointing to the Federal Communications Commission s Greg Elin and city-level CDOs as case studies. "Organizations have always had data," said consultant and former Colorado CDO Micheline Casey. But "we ve never existed in a time when there has been so much data and data has been so vital to organizational success." Skeptics question whether data warrants its own chief. "A good CIO or CTO should already be doing what a CDO would be hired to do," said Daniel Castro, a senior analyst at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. But Casey and others argue that data is not a technology issue but rather a strategic asset for businesses to manage. Management, meanwhile, is another area where some say agencies could use a C-level addition. New recommendations from the Memos to National Leaders Project include the creation of chief management of cer positions at all major federal agencies. The CMO would serve a xed-year term, and oversee all management and administrative positions at the agency --- including the CIO. FBI (#11) National Security Agency (#12) NASA (#13) CIA (#15) Defense Department (#20) State Department (#22) Energy Department (#30) Air Force (#31) Navy (#34) Environmental Protection Agency (#49) Treasury Department (#54) Army (#60) Peace Corps (#69) Nuclear Regulatory Commission (#91) National Institutes of Health (#95) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (#97) Department of Veterans Affairs (#100)
October 30, 2012
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