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The Transformation of Detroit's IT: From Win XP to EMail that Works

Beth Niblock moved to Detroit as CIO to transform the crumbling, antiquated IT operation and infrastructure. Here's what her team has accomplished in 4 years with the limited resources available to a city in bankruptcy.

Detroit CIO Beth Niblock (l), and Code for America's Jennifer Pahlka (r)

Detroit CIO Beth Niblock (l), and Code for America's Jennifer Pahlka (r)

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