Larry N. Sweet, Chief Information Officer

Larry Sweet, NASA CIOLarry N. Sweet is NASA’s Chief Information Officer. Mr. Sweet joined the NASA Office of the CIO (OCIO) in June 2013. Sweet leads the agency’s information technology efforts and capabilities. He is responsible for ensuring NASA’s information assets are in line with federal policies, procedures and legislation. He also manages a number of other major IT efforts, including the Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P), which consolidates and integrates NASA’s IT services to enable collaboration and reduce costs to the agency. :::Read more:::

Collaboration in Motion

Collaboration in Motion Innovative thinking and collaboration have become key tenets of NASA culture. Both trends contribute to advances in technology and lower, or shared, costs. The spirits of both innovative thinking and collaboration are embodied in Kinect Collaborative Lab (Co-Lab) at Johnson Space Center (JSC). ::: Read More :::

How will we work in 2025?

How will we work in 2025? As IT professionals, we are used to rapid changes. But compared to what’s coming, we ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Of course, no one actually knows the future, but by predicting it, we can make better decisions today that will help us become more effective tomorrow. The purpose of this article is to start a discussion so we can innovate together to help NASA IT lead the way and prepare for how NASA employees will work effectively in 2025. ::: Read More :::

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