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Since the first Center for Digital Government (CDG) Special Report on mobility was published more than 18 months ago, the landscape has changed dramatically. Mobility projects have flourished, with many government agencies rolling out citizen-facing applications, point projects that improve productivity in field staff-heavy environments, mobile device-friendly websites and other low-hanging fruit deployments.
But Mobility isn't a one-off pilot project or a string of siloed initiatives. It's a mindset and it requires comprehensive, strategic planning to succeed. Find out how to move from mobility rollouts to results in this Center for Digital Government/Public CIO Special Report.
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OLYMPIA - Governor-Elect Jay Inslee today named a successful high-tech entrepreneur as the state's new Chief Information Officer. Michael Cockrill, a technology entrepreneur with a long track record of success, will oversee the state's strategic vision for information technology, a key part of the governor-elect's efforts to bring fundamental change to state government.
"Michael's experience creating and building companies shows he understands how to marshal innovation and deliver on the promise of technology," said Governor-elect Inslee. "With the rapid pace of technological change, we need someone like Michael who understands that change without substantive improvement won't advance our efforts to make government more efficient, effective and transparent."