How GCIO can thrive in political turmoil
By Enterpriseinnovation Root | 2010-09-20
The Government CIO is a new position that takes its roots from the CIO post of most large private enterprises. But where the private CIO reports to the chief executive of the company, the GCIO reports to a government department, not the head of State of a country. Max Claps, research director at Gartner, discusses the way the GCIO office operates, its challenges, and how he believes the GCIO must evolve to thrive in a politcally-charge business environment.