In state and local government, most CIOs are looking for ways to be innovative and creative to help their state and agencies better serve their citizens. Recent examples prove it can be done.
Carl Marsh has 25 years of experience working with public and private enterprises. Having served as chief operating officer at the Texas Department of Information Resources, he is no stranger to the challenges CIOs are faced with, particularly around innovation. In this first piece, Carl discusses the specific challenges he faced, the lessons learned and how he is now helping CIOs be innovative.
Perspectives is a published series by KPMG’s State and Local government practice, providing insights and points of view from KPMG partners and professionals that once held the position of CIO in government.