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Federal Chief Information Officer of the United States


Federal Chief Information Officer of the United States

The Federal Chief Information Officer is the administrator of the Office of Electronic Government, which in turn is part of the Office of Management and Budget. The position is appointed by the President and does not require senate confirmation. It was created by the E-Government Act of 2002.[1]

The US CIO oversees federal technology spending, federal IT policy, and strategic planning of all Federal IT investments. The CIO is charged with establishing a government-wide enterprise architecture that ensures system interoperability, information-sharing, and maintains effective information security and privacy controls across the Federal Government.[2]

Vivek Kundra is the first person to use the title Federal Chief Information Officer. Previous holders of the office used the title Administrator for E-government and Information Technology at the Office of Management and Budget.[3]

On August 4, 2011, Steven VanRoekel was named on to be the second Chief Information Officer of the United States.[4]

See also


  1. ^ "E-Government Act 2002"
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