CA Technologies CEO Pushes for ‘Built to Change’ Approach to Federal IT

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 2, 2017 — CA Technologies (Nasdaq: CA) CEO Mike Gregoire has urged federal agencies to implement a “built to change” approach to information technology modernization in order to secure against emerging threats, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Gregoire wrote in a Nextgov guest piece published Thursday that agencies should be able to “reinvent” government services with the adoption of new technologies and updated IT systems as well as the utilization of data to generate insights for decision-making.

“[Cybersecurity] will be more adaptive and responsive to emerging threats, and faster sprints of innovation can drive federal research and development forward,” he added.

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