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The first US government chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra has announced he’s leaving the job. Chopra was hired by President Obama in April 2009 to concentrate on upgrading the nation’s technological infrastructure and to bring some much-needed IT savvy to the business of government. Previously Chopra had spent six years …

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CTO was the wrong title

His accomplishments sound more like Government CIO things. A CTO is supposed to focus on technical advances, not the IT project management items he's credited with. Wouldn't it have been great if he'd focused more on some of the big-ticket technology items that will help drive America's technical leadership? http://www.theregister.co.uk/Design/graphics/icons/comment/fail_32.png

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Anonymous Coward

If the Messiah wasn't so unscrupulous...

...the techno advance might be useful.

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And Aneesh Chopra's Successor ...... Subject Matter Expert?

Who now assumes the reins of the outdated chuck wagon that is the present day USA?

Who builds secure transparent failsafe networks for shared real-time internetworking of future events for prime universal media presentation. For SMART Realities instantly supplied stenographically for utilising/pursuing/investigating as a viable local area driver.

El Reg,

The internet is making people smarter as they discover knowledge from all the corners of the globe and from no longer secure and secret places spilling out incriminating information and actionable intelligence on oppressive means of mass control, by an increasingly isolated and much sought after "few", who appear to be fast losing all current battles and New World Order War Games Power for Control to Others in CyberSpace Command and Control Office Systems.

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Happy

He did good work

Wish him well in his new endeavor.

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The Messiah's Titanic

Rats jumping ship as it's headed down...

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Big Brother

"his work have helped advance open government."

I suppose you can now check your medical records from inside the Gitmo Concentration Camp.

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