Government agencies at all levels are expanding the scope of their responsibilities to increasing numbers of constituents while adapting to remote work arrangements, strained resources, and shrinking budgets.
More than ever, IT executives in government need to demonstrate innovation and flexibility whether enabling employees to work securely from their homes or in fostering private-public partnerships that extend the capabilities of their agencies on behalf of the people they serve.
Just as IT executives in government support their agencies and constituents, so, too, must these executives support and learn from their colleagues from both the public and private sectors.
The Argyle Group’s CIO in Government Leadership Meeting is an on-line gathering for CIOs and other senior-level IT executives from federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as IT executives from companies that work closely with these agencies.
By attending this invitation-only meeting, you will learn from IT leaders in government and the private sector:
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Bob Pick is the SVP & Chief Information Officer for Tokio Marine North America Services, an organization providing shared professional services to North American businesses of the $40B Tokio Marine Group of insurance and financial services companies. In this capacity, his responsibilities cover the full spectrum of technology solution design, service delivery, operations, and support for multiple TM Group carriers, including Philadelphia Insurance Companies and Tokio Marine America. Prior to Tokio Marine, he was the Senior Executive Director for Technology at Condé Nast, also a shared services entity, supporting 30 additional media, cable and newspaper businesses owned by Condé’s parent, Advance Publications. Mr. Pick came to Condé Nast from PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, where he was a Principal Consultant in their Enterprise Technology Integration practice following-on several years in PW’s risk management and audit/advisory practices.
Mr. Pick serves on the Board of Trustees of the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, the Advisory Board of Johns Hopkins University Press, the Strategic Advisory Boards for Guidewire, Insurity and Sapiens, and the CIO Advisory Board for Blumberg Capital. He holds a BA, summa cum laude, from McDaniel College, an MA from Cornell University, and has been CISM and ITIL certified.