CIOonline Government

Government agencies across Federal, State and Local are going through forced digital transformation at an unprecedented rate - but when overnight transformation happens a cloud of uncertainty lingers. How are they prioritizing digitization and are we compromising security in doing so? Gov appointed CIOs and IT leaders must be predictive in order to be selective and diligent - a line our CIO panel walk.

On November 12th, 3 Gov CIO psychics make their predictions live on the CIOonline Gov Predictions Panel... A roadmap for leaders to benchmark while paving their own path.

predictions panel


THU, NOV 12, 2020

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM PT

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM MT

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM CT

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM ET

Register NOW

By Invitation Only

CIOs and IT leaders audience this thought provoking discussion and engage one another over our live CIOonline platform.

60 Minutes - A World of Insight 

This 60 minute investment of time is curated from years of insight and experience from CIOs walking the line of IT Strategy.

by CIOs for CIOs

Uncut predictions from CIOs of our Top Government agencies make this both vital and close to home.. 

1 Moderator, 3 CIOs, 3 Game Changing Predictions 

The game of the CIO has become very predictive and over the years our CIO panelists have steered thousands on the road to game changing innovation. Led by Scott Shuster; world renowned moderator, former ABC Foreign News Correspondent and NPR Editor, we'll dive into this uncut reality of where we're at and where we're heading.



A 45 minute investigative panel discussion moderated by Scott Shuster, former ABC News Foreign Correspondent and NPR Producer



3 Government based CIOs unfold years of insight on our panel to lead this conversation. This is their map to enterprise defense



CIOs are psychics that must predict tomorrow's vulnerability. They have their crystal balls and we'll hear what they see!



Our audience of 60 Top CIOs and IT leaders will vote on predictions crowning 1 CIO the Government #ITpsychic 

Are you an #ITpsychic?

CIOs aren't born with this gift, it takes a career on the frontlines of IT strategy to master the art of predicting trending innovation and its value before inception.

If you've tenured a career leading Information Technology you're already equipped with the roadmap and experience it takes to see around the corner, so step up and take 1 of 3 seats on the Predictions Panel where your crystal ball awaits!

"Artificial Intelligence will have a dramatic impact on Employment."

"In the future, Cyber-Security will become just as important as military strategy"

"Aircraft boarding time halved by biometrics"

The event was well organized, great group of people, from the panel to keynote speaker and also the other attendees. The topics of discussion was great to understand how others were viewing security issues.
 Jit Patel
NantHealth, Inc.

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Meet the Denver CISO Psychics

These CISOs weren't born with this gift, it took a career on the frontlines of digital defense to master the art of predicting an enemy they can't see.

13 years securing digital assets for the finance industry 

Susan Robertson

CISO, Acme Inc

A tenure at the helm of security strategy within Real Estate, Retail and Banking

Leo Davis

CISO, Acme Inc

Leading security for the largest brands in Media & Entertainment

Joann Foster

CISO, Acme Inc

STEP 1: Click to be 1 of 3 Panelists

STEP 2: Live on CIOonline make your IT Prediction

STEP 3: Our live audience of CIOs & IT strategists vote crowning one the #ITpsychic

Six in 10 enterprise executives believe IoT technology will play an important role in their organization’s digital business strategy.

6 in 10


40 percent of all technology spending will go toward digital transformations

$190 Billion

The AI market will grow to a $190 billion industry by 2025, according to research firm Markets and Markets

71% of top-performing CIOs have a separate digital team to help them scale their digitization efforts


Meet Goverment's CIO Psychics

These CIOs weren't born with this gift, it took a career on the frontlines of digital defense to master the art of predicting an enemy they can't see. Let's see which prediction crown one the CIOonline Goverment #ITpsychic.

Gary Washington


David Elges

CIO, The City of Boston

Karen Evans

CIO, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Insights by

Jon Bakke

Head of Worldwide Field Organization, Maria DB