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Embattled state CIO stands his ground

Madison, Wis. - Matt Miszewski rubs some people the wrong way, but he believes friction sometimes comes with the turf. Governor Jim Doyle hired Miszewski as the state's CIO in 2003 to bring greater efficiency to the state's information technology enterprise, and he certainly expected some bumps and detours along the way.

But given the expensive snags that some large-scale IT projec......

Full article >>> enses that haven't even begun yet. It's just a combination of someone who did not have the experience to make key decisions in a project, any project this large."

Still, Miszewski plows ahead with IT consolidation, predicting that complete agency migration will occur by July of 2007 "unless something changes." Doyle, who in recent days has acknowledged the spotty track record of IT projec......

Full article >>> our customer's needs. That simply takes longer than we expected.

WTN: How much of it is personality conflicts? When we've asked people about your management style, they acknowledge that you're a very smart guy, but they also say you're kind of arrogant and hard to work with. Do you view your role as kind of a ramrod?

Miszewski: I certainly have some large-scale chal......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/10/06


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