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FCW : April 15, 2013
Trending April 15, 2013 FCW.COM 3 At FCW s Federal 100 gala, Jim Selig- man, CIO at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, was given a special President s Award for his years of leadership in the federal IT community. Seligman s nearly 15-year tenure makes him the longest-serving CIO in government, but the recognition was not just about longevity or stay- ing out of the line of re, though he joked during his acceptance speech that the award now makes him a target for overzealous oversight types looking for a trophy takedown. He said he was able to roll with the IT punches thanks to the support of the excellent IT employees at CDC, the Department of Health and Human Serv- ices, and his wife of 36 years, who puts up with Seligman s highly demanding schedule. "I accept this award on behalf of all other CIOs and the tremendous dif - culties they face," said Seligman, who added that he felt humbled to be singled out for such recognition given the sig- ni cant accomplishments of his peers. Seligman s efforts as a CIO have been big in scale and results. He has managed large numbers of people --- 500 government employees and nearly 1,000 contractors --- and $500 million a year in IT resources. He also contributes to advancing CDC s programs, which improve the quality of life for all Americans. In many ways, IT systems directly deter- mine the capability and effectiveness of agency missions, and Seligman said collaboration among industry, academia and the government enabled CDC to use technology to improve health and prevent disease nationwide. Before stepping into the CIO role in 1999, Seligman served as deputy director and then director of CDC s Information Resources Management Office. Prior to that, he worked in CDC s Washington of ce, where he helped coordinate legislation and policy. That position led him to take a one-year assignment in Congress. Even after 15 years as a CIO, Selig- man said he doesn t plan on slowing down yet. "People come up and tell me, I thought you retired, " he joked. "But I haven t taken the hint." --- Frank Konkel and Camille Tuutti CDC s Seligman wins Federal 100 President s Award is the cost per user for DHS' new email system, which will eventually serve 250,000 employees $7 Jim Seligman, the longest-serving CIO in government, was recognized for his leadership in the federal IT community with a special award at FCW's Federal 100 gala. For more photos of the event, visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/FCWnow. FCW CALENDAR 4/30 Telework The Mobile Work Exchange hosts a daylong conference on mobility and mobile device management. DOD Deputy CIO Maj. Gen. Robert Wheeler is the keynote speaker. Washington, D.C. http://is.gd/ipurir 5/14-16 FOSE Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), U.S. CIO Steven Van- Roekel and VA's Jan Frye are among the dozens of government speakers at 1105 Media's signa- ture technology event. Washington, D.C. http://fose.com ZAID HAMID
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