March Virtual HC Roundtable: Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer at HHS


Are you curious as to what data HHS has and the related entrepreneurial opportunities?  What are the challenges of leading and incentivizing 90,000 government employees?  Can a large US agency foster innovation and collaboration?

Join Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer of the US Department of Health & Human Services, for an open discussion!

To learn more about Mr. Sivak's work, please read this recent article Lean Goverment?  How HHS is Following Silicon Valley's Lead

Please note that registration closes one hour prior to the start of the session.


Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Time: 1:00 noon - 2:00 pm ET
Location: Virtual. Dial-in information will be sent the evening prior to the call.

Cost: FREE for members; $50 non-members



Bryan Sivak
Chief Technology Officer
US Department of
Health & Human Services

Bryan Sivak joined HHS as the Chief Technology Officer in July 2011. In this role, he is responsible for helping HHS leadership harness the power of data, technology, and innovation to improve the health and welfare of the nation.

Previously, Bryan served as the Chief Innovation Officer to Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, where he has led Maryland’s efforts to embed concepts of innovation into the DNA of state government. He has distinguished himself in this role as someone who can work creatively across a large government organization to identify and implement the best opportunities for improving the way the government works.

Prior to his time with Governor O’Malley, Bryan served as Chief Technology Officer for the District of Columbia, where he created a technology infrastructure that enhanced communication between the District’s residents and their government, and implemented organizational reforms that improved efficiency, program controls, and customer service. Bryan previously worked in the private sector, co-founding InQuira, Inc., a multi-national software company, in 2002, and Electric Knowledge LLC, which provided one of the world's first Natural Language Search engines available on the web in 1998.


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