The George Mason University Masters in Technology Management will be a featured program during an invited session of the United Nations eGovernance conference on Wednesday, October 29 in Guimarães, Portugal. The session entitled “Building Government Chief Information Officer (GCIO) Curricula” will address the challenges of preparing technology students for leadership roles in government organizations. “Because […]
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Whether or not you want to become a CIO or simply take on a senior IT leadership role, CIO certification not only enhances your career prospects, it also speaks to the strong educational foundation you’ve received–an education that ties together the core competencies of IT management. To be a technology leader in today’s rapidly changing […]
One of the best ways to enhance your career is through networking. We’ve all heard the constant talk about the importance of networking and the saying “it’s not what you know but who you know.” But today, networking is more than attending events and talking about your career. Today, you must be part of a […]
On May 17, Casey Coleman welcomed the Master of Science in Technology Management graduating students to the alumni ranks of the federal CIO University. Typically the CIO University graduation is held in a separate ceremony in Washington, D.C. but this year Mason was delighted to have the CIO University graduation as part of Convocation.