Jeffrey Morgan

Opinions expressed by ICN authors are their own.

Jeffrey Morgan, president of e-Volve IT Services, has been providing independent consulting services since 1993. He is the author of Enterprise Software Procurement, and he publishes the blog Information Technology for Executives.

Jeff has worked with organizations in nearly every sector, including the Department of Defense and other federal, state and local government agencies, as well as nonprofit organizations and small businesses and Fortune 500 and 100 companies in the insurance, publishing, manufacturing, medical and transportation industries.

Jeff re-engineers business and technology processes, systems and services for county and municipal governments, nonprofits, and small and midsize businesses to improve services and lower costs.

He holds a master of arts degree from the University of California, Riverside (Regents' fellow, Graduate Council fellow, 1992), and is also a graduate of the Defense Language Institute (Korean, honor graduate 1986), the U.S. Army Electronic Warfare School (distinguished graduate, 1986), and the U.S. Army Intelligence School (1986). Jeff's resume includes extensive training and experience in many areas.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Jeffrey Morgan and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Board and management responsibilities for information security

Information governance in the federal government

Information governance in the federal government

Inexcusable mismanagement of classified data, secret e-mail accounts and wanton destruction of public information demonstrate that there isn’t any information governance happening in the federal government.

Digital transformation in the public sector

Digital transformation in the public sector

Let’s rename it management transformation.

Keep your dirty, stinkin’ hands off my Internet

Keep your dirty, stinkin’ hands off my Internet

A reading list on net neutrality.

5 things J. S. Bach can teach you about information security

5 things J. S. Bach can teach you about information security

What can a centuries-old classical music composer teach today's CIOs about infosec? Plenty, it turns out...if you'll only listen.

For tech's sake! Another government tech plan?

For tech's sake! Another government tech plan?

The best technology plan ever? Pouring a bucket of tech on dysfunctional managers and business processes doesn't solve business problems.

What's new with ISO/IEC 20000?

What's new with ISO/IEC 20000?

ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 is the international standard for IT service management. Is it just for large organizations or does it work for very small organizations as well? How can it help your organization provide better service?

How Nebraska successfully consolidated state IT services

How Nebraska successfully consolidated state IT services

Ed Toner, CIO of the state of Nebraska deployed ITSM to consolidate state IT services and improve quality while reducing costs and risk.

Risk assessments for local governments and SMBs

Risk assessments for local governments and SMBs

Does your organization have a mature risk management program or are your just crossing your fingers and hoping for the best? Risk assessments are an essential part of your information and IT governance programs.

Municipal shared services agreements for information technology

Municipal shared services agreements for information technology

Are shared IT services for municipalities a good deal? What are the risks and do they really save money or will you be stuck with a nightmare scenario from which you can never extricate your organization?

County/municipal IT customer service and the RACI model

County/municipal IT customer service and the RACI model

Do you assume that your managers and staff members will apply common sense to daily operational activities? If so, you may be in trouble. Let's look at how you can use the RACI model and other IT governance tools to address the...

Information governance for counties and municipalities

Information governance for counties and municipalities

Most county and municipal governments don't have formal information governance programs, but adoption of IG would reduce risks, lower costs and vastly improve quality of services in these organizations.

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