Certified Government Chief Information Officer
Rutgers Center for Government Services has joined forces with CompTIA and Public Technology Institute to offer highly regarded leadership training program for government technology professionals.
This nationally recognized program equips government technology professionals with the requisite tools to improve and demonstrate their leadership skills to best manage their organizations. The program allows graduates to earn one of two designations:
• A Certified Government CIO (CGCIO), or
• Certified in Government Technology Leadership (CGTL)
Public sector CIOs and IT directors are facing increasing challenges and responsibilities in the era of new governance. As the lines between traditional functional services and departments begin to blur, the IT leadership is charged with managing the constantly expanding role for IT within their government, protecting their government against ever-increasing security threats, as well as keeping up with the feverish pace of new technology.
The CGCIO™ Certification Program is a 12-month course that lays the foundation for assessing and addressing some of the most critical issues facing IT leadership in the public sector. The purpose of this program is to equip leaders with the requisite tools to manage and improve their organizational technology assets. Information presented examines specific local government issues and draw on participants’ experience to provide both theoretical and practical applied knowledge to the challenges. Case studies, exercises and guest speakers are included.
For more information, please visit https://www.pti.org/services/cgcioinfo.asp
To register, go to https://pti.wufoo.com/forms/p4gwsja0qghey6/