Heather Kuldell | Nextgov | November 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Video: Where Does Federal IT Fall in Transition Priorities?

As President-elect Donald Trump works on filling the top national security and diplomacy roles in his cabinet, some wonder when he’ll get to federal IT matters.

Patience, said a panel of experts on “Government Matters,” including Nextgov's own Mohana Ravindranath. The Trump transition team worries about pressing matters like agency leaders before it gets to roles like the federal chief information officer.

To find out the panel’s best guess on when the new administration will appoint the U.S. CIO and which former feds may have been tapped to help fill positions, watch the video below:

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