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Mark Forman

Prioritizing IT modernization in government

Karen Evans and Mark Forman, former E-gov administrators at the Office of Management and Budget, discuss optimizing investment in IT modernization and digital transformation at agencies

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Envisioning the government after the pandemic

Mark Forman, Vice President of Digital Government Strategy for SAIC, goes over best practices for a “Digital First” government

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The future of work in government

Mark Forman, Vice President of Digital Government Strategy for SAIC, advises federal executives about planning for the post-pandemic work environment

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Challenges CIOs are facing during the pandemic

Mark Forman, Vice President for Digital Government Strategy at SAIC, discusses why this is such a challenging time for Chief Information Officers in government and what changes the government needs to make to prepare for the future

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Federal IT trends to watch in 2020

Mark Forman, former federal CIO and vice president of Digital Government at Unisys Federal, discusses the state of federal IT, and how modernization efforts are faring in government.

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Takeaways and next steps for FITARA Scorecard 7.0

Mark Forman, former Federal CIO, and Simon Szykman, former CIO at the Commerce Department, discuss the latest FITARA scorecard, and what the future holds for federal IT oversight.

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