Yesterday, the President issued an executive order and a White House memo calling for federal agencies to make their data … More
Molly O’Neill is a CGI Initiative for Collaborative Government Fellow and the former Assistant Administrator and Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
As CIO of EPA, Ms. O'Neill was responsible for establishing an innovative center of excellence that advanced the creation, management, and use of information as a strategic resource at the EPA.
Prior to joining EPA, Ms. O'Neill served as the state director of the National Environmental Information Exchange Network for the Environmental Council of the States. She worked with the EPA, state environmental agencies, and tribes to establish and manage an evolutionary information network, which allows millions of vital data records to be shared across the country.
Ms. O'Neill currently serves as vice president and Global Energy and Environmental Industry lead at CGI.
Earlier this month, the Annual FISMA Report to Congress for 2012, the federal government’s comprehensive information security assessment, was released … More
CGI Initiative for Collaborative Government Fellow Molly O’Neill joined CGI Vice President and subject matter expert Rob Rolf to discuss … More
CGI Initiative for Collaborative Government Fellow Molly O’Neill provided her thoughts on reducing costs using information technology as part of … More
Federal employees may one day look out “smart windows” that darken with rising temperatures, stay warm with ultra-efficient boilers and … More
The Office of Management and Budget continues to tweak the policy for allowing federal employees to telework in an ongoing … More
In his January 2011 State of the Union address, President Obama declared that the United States faces a “Sputnik moment,” More
It takes a village to launch energy savings and waste reduction programs. Sometimes the most difficult part of a project … More
Government is racing to get green. Federal agencies have established Chief Sustainability Officers and are developing aggressive plans for creating renovating … More
Data drives America. Data increasingly supports and sometimes determines how we resolve our most important challenges. Government executives need practical … More