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The US Government's CIO vision for IT in the US.

The US Government's CIO vision for IT in the US.

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  • 1. Innovation for America
    Restoring Growth, Reforming Government,Fixing Health Care, Expanding Opportunity
    Aneesh Chopra
    U.S. Chief Technology Officer & Associate Director for TechnologyWhite House Office of Science & Technology Policy
  • 2. Still in the Infancy of a Digital Era
    iPhone Data Traffic Grows 5,000% Across Three Years
    Bandwidth Consumption
    Global Consumer Internet Traffic Forecast
    • Global per-capita consumer bandwidth consumption:
    -2008: 0.9 GB/month
    -2013: 4.7 GB/month
    5x Increase in Projected Bandwidth Consumption
    • New usage largely driven by Internet video, P2P applications
    Source: AT&T; Cisco Visual Networking Index: Approaching the ZettaByte Era, Arielle Sumits
  • 3. “Game-Changing” Innovation in Private Sector
    GE’s “Reverse Innovation” Model Ushers in New Growth Opportunity
    1
    GE software-enabled portable ultrasound developed for price-sensitive rural Chinese market
    2
    85% price performance improvement expands American market size, “democratizes” access to quality healthcare
    Source: GE, “How GE is Disrupting Itself”, Harvard Business Review, October 2009
  • 4. Need to Improve Progress on Key Indicators of Global Competitiveness
    Innovation Trend
    E-Government
    Higher Education
    Change Score(1999–2009)
    Country
    Rank
    Percent Change(2005–2008)
    Country
    Rank
    Percent Change(1999–2005)
    Country
    Rank
    19.5
    China
    1
    21%
    China
    1
    117%
    Poland
    1
    19.0
    Singapore
    2
    20%
    Spain
    2
    46%
    S. Korea
    2
    14.8
    Lithuania
    3
    16%
    France
    3
    41%
    Ireland
    3
    18.1
    Estonia
    4
    16%
    Russia
    4
    31%
    Australia
    4
    17.4
    Denmark
    5
    12%
    EU-10
    5
    30%
    UK
    5
    16.9
    Luxembourg
    6
    12%
    S. Korea
    6
    27%
    EU-25
    6
    16.7
    Slovenia
    7
    11%
    Japan
    7
    26%
    France
    7
    2.7
    U.S.
    40
    -7%
    U.S.
    22
    3%
    U.S.
    15
    Source: ITIF Report “The Atlantic Century”, February, 2009
  • 5. President Obama’s Innovation Strategy
    Innovation for Sustainable Growth and Quality Jobs
    Catalyze Breakthroughs for National Priorities
    • Unleash a clean energy revolution
    • 6. Support advanced vehicle technology
    • 7. Drive breakthroughs in health IT
    • 8. Address the “grand challenges” of the 21st century
    Promote Competitive Markets that Spur Productive Entrepreneurship
    • Encourage high-growth and innovation-based entrepreneurship
    • 9. Improve public sector innovation and support community innovation
    • 10. Promote American exports
    • 11. Support open capital markets that allocate resources to the most promising ideas
    Invest in the Building Blocks of American Innovation
    • Restore American leadership in fundamental research
    • 12. Educate the next generation with 21st century knowledge and skills while creating a world-class workforce
    • 13. Build a leading physical infrastructure
    • 14. Develop an advanced information technology ecosystem
    Source: www.whitehouse.gov
  • 15. National Science & Tech Council – CoT Priorities
    Harnessing Technology and Innovation to Transform the Economy
    TechnologyInfrastructure
    Oversee the implementation of the national broadband plan
    Invest in the Building Blocks of American Innovation
    Promote Competitive Markets that Spur Productive Entrepreneurship
    Technology R&D
    Develop R&D investment dashboard; oversee NITRD with emphasis on cybersecurity, health IT; develop innovation-based manufacturing plan
    Security & Privacy
    Secure government systems; collaborate with private sector with emphasis on emerging technologies, digital identity; protect privacy rights
    Catalyze Breakthroughs for National Priorities
  • 16. National Science & Tech Council – CoT Priorities
    Harnessing Technology and Innovation to Transform the Economy
    Oversee the federal IT investment portfolio; adopt cloud computing model; demonstrate “Model Agencies” through performance teams
    Government Efficiency
    Invest in the Building Blocks of American Innovation
    Promote Competitive Markets that Spur Productive Entrepreneurship
    Implement open government directive; increase civic engagement; develop platforms through Center for IT Leadership
    Open Government
    R&D Commercial-ization
    Promote high growth entrepreneurship; increase university and federal lab commercialization
    Catalyze Breakthroughs for National Priorities
  • 17. National Science & Tech Council – CoT Priorities
    Harnessing Technology and Innovation to Transform the Economy
    Catalyze innovation through open data standards with emphasis on health IT, energy grid, education; instill enterprise architecture in federal IT design
    Standards & Architecture
    Invest in the Building Blocks of American Innovation
    Promote Competitive Markets that Spur Productive Entrepreneurship
    Catalyze public, private and academic leadership to address “Grand Challenges” with emphasis on learning systems, “exascale” computing, real-time language translation
    Grand Challenges
    Catalyze Breakthroughs for National Priorities
  • 18. Toward a New Performance Compact
    A Government that Works
  • 19. Open Government
    Federal, State and Local Platforms to Unlock the Value of Data
  • 20. Delivering on the Promise
    “In the next 90 days, USCIS will launch a vastly improved Web site that will, for the first time ever, allow applicants to get updates on their status of their applications via e-mail and text message and online.”
    –President Barack Obama, June 25, 2009
  • 21. Educate to Innovate
    $260M+ Public-Private Campaign to Spur STEM Education
    • National Lab Day
    • 22. STEM Game Design Competition
    • 23. After School Activities
    • 24. PSA Campaign
    • 25. Early STEM Literacy
    • 26. Private Sector Leaders
    • 27. Annual White House Science Fair
    “Through these efforts, we're going to expand the scope and scale of science and math education all across America.”
    –President Barack Obama, November 23rd, 2009
  • 28. Uncovering Hidden Talent
    Embodying the Spirit of Commonwealth to Achieve Excellence