Innovation and digital government

IT in the federal government is large, complicated, and often slow. Mark Schwartz, CIO of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, wants to change that by applying lean methods and shifting the focus of IT toward consumers inside the government and citizens on the outside.

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Information technology in the federal government is large, complicated, and often slow.

Our guest, Mark Schwartz who is Chief Information officer of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USICS), wants to change that by applying lean methods and shifting the focus of IT toward consumers inside the government and citizens on the outside.

In this show, Schwartz shares his experience with DevOps and other methods to improve IT and enable digital government.Mark Schwartz an experienced, award-winning CIO with a reputation for finding innovative solutions to complex and sometimes unusual business problems.

Known for formulating and articulating visions and leading teams in their successful execution, He has used IT to drive revenue and competitive advantage as well as to manage costs in rapidly expanding businesses. He also has experience as a CEO, with MBA degree from Wharton and Computer Science degree from Yale.

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CXO-Talk offers weekly video conversations with the most innovative and thoughtful business leaders in the world. Michael Krigsman, founder and co-host, is recognized internationally as an industry analyst, strategy advisor, enterprise advocate, and industry commentator.

You can view this interview and other episodes at the CXO-Talk site.