Robin Lineberger, Casey Coleman Head PSC Study on CTO Role in Agency Innovation

Robin Lineberger
Robin Lineberger

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 30, 2015 — The Professional Services Council has launched a study to investigate the chief technology officer’s role in agency innovation, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Casey Coleman
Casey Coleman

PSC said the study will be led Robin Lineberger, lead client service partner for Deloitte’s A&D practice,  and Casey Coleman, group vice president of Unisys (NYSE: UIS) Federal Systems Civilian Agencies, who both head PSC’s Innovation Committee.

According to Lineberger, the position of CTO in government is a relatively new role with a wide job description, depending on its place on the organization and who it interacts with to effect change.

“Given the crucial role that CTOs play, the time is right to develop thoughtful recommendations on their roles, responsibilities and authorities, ” he said.

Coleman added, “We look forward to using this study to promote a more effective dialogue between federal CTOs and industry that will result in a force for positive change.”

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