I feel sorry for President Obama. I really do. He's been deceived by IT hyperenthusiasts who, in addition to their hyperenthusiasm, probably heaped him a big helping of plain old lies.I warned of this in my Feb. 18, 2009 Letter to the...Show More Summary
Guest Post An op-ed from former White House chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra on the creation of new private sector services to improve our nation’s health.
Aneesh Chopra, former chief technology officer for the White House, said it's not out of the realm of possibility, as Verizon has long been involved with the project.
It's no secret that the launch of HealthCare.gov was plagued with problems. But President Obama's first Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra defended the launch on Wednesday night, saying "glitches happen." Chopra left the White House in 2012 to launch an unsuccessful campaign to become the … Continue reading ?
On Tuesday, Aneesh Chopra lost his race for the Democratic lieutenant governor nomination in Virginia to State Senator Ralph Northam, dealing a potential blow to Democrat Terry McAuliffe's campaign for governor. With 98% of the vote in, Northam had 54.2 of the vote to Chopra's 45.8%. Show More Summary
A few years ago, when I was doing the research that led to my work in open government, I had a conversation with Aneesh Chopra, later the first Federal CTO but at the time, the Secretary of Technology for the …
Aneesh Chopra, the nation’s first chief technology officer, announced Monday that Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) and former Democratic congressman Rick Boucher have endorsed his bid for lieutenant governor. Chopra, a Democrat who was secretary of technology under former governor Timothy M. Show More Summary
Just over a year ago, Aneesh Chopra, the Chief Technology Officer for the U.S. at the time, challenged the utility industry to develop a green button for consumers to access their own electricity data, much as the healthcare industry...Show More Summary
Matt Overstreet was the Master of Ceremonies for the Richmond Startup Weekend earlier this month. And the guest speaker was Aneesh Chopra, first CTO of the United States. Matt Overstreet introducing Aneesh Chopra Our friends at GroundWorkDesign, who build virtual experiences, recorded this.
Aneesh Chopra, the nation’s first chief technology officer, will announce Thursday that he is running for lieutenant governor next year. Chopra, a Democrat who was secretary of technology under former governor Timothy M. Kaine, left the White House in January as he began to move seriously toward his first run for elective office. Read full article >>
The White House hasn't wasted any time replacing the vacancy left by Aneesh Chopra, who recently stepped down as our nation's first appointed Chief Technology Officer. Following in his well-accomplished footsteps is Todd Park, a federal...Show More Summary
To improve medicine we need a big heaping dose of data. That's the takeaway from a conversation with Aneesh Chopra the former U.S. CIO at SXSW in Austin on Friday. He discussed where startups interested in this space should forcus as well as privacy.
I couldn't be more delighted by the announcement today that Todd Park has been named the new Chief Technology Officer for the United States, replacing Aneesh Chopra. I first met Todd in 2008 at the urging of Mitch Kapor, who thought that Todd was the best exemplar in the healthcare world of my ideas about the power of data to...
The White House today named Todd Park, the chief technology officer of the Department of Health and Human Services, to fill that role on a national level, replacing the departed Aneesh Chopra. Park comes in with an entrepreneurial background, good press on his three years at HHS and, as the son of Korean immigrants, a compelling personal story.
The Obama Administration today named Todd Park as U.S. Chief Technology Officer, replacing Aneesh Chopra, who recently stepped down. Park for the last three years has been CTO for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where among other things he created the HealthCare.gov website. Park co-founded Athenahealth, a public company in the electronic [...]
Todd Park, named Friday by the Obama administration to succeed Aneesh Chopra as the nation’s new chief technology officer, has served for three years as CTO for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where he was oversaw the launch of healthcare.gov. Read full article >>
In what may be the first of its kind at the South by Southwest interactive conference, Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer for the United States, along with members of President Obama’s technology team are set to host a special cocktail reception on the opening night of SXSW where anyone can attend–well, that is, [...]
By now, you’ve heard the news that White House Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra has submitted his resignation, amidst rumors that he will head to Virginia for a political run. What you haven’t heard is how this could impact the future of the smart grid. President Obama has praised Chopra for expanding access to broadband Continue reading ?
Speaking at a recent forum in Washington, federal CTO Aneesh Chopra said that the open innovation approach that can be seen across industry, from social networking to pharmaceuticals to manufacturing, has proven to be effective in the public sector. CTOs from HHS and the VA offered more case studies in success.