Pentagon CIOs struggle with legacy tech, security. Sound familiar?
Patrick Flanders has been thinking a lot about IT modernization.
Flanders, CIO of the Defense Health Agency, is gearing up to consolidate control over the Pentagon’s sprawling network of treatment centers, in the process centralizing a far-flung set of IT operations that raise a host of security and device-management considerations.
“As we grow and take over management and administration of these networks and these facilities, cyber really is at the top of my list for priorities,” Flanders said during a recent panel discussion hosted by Federal News Radio.