Chief Information Officer
Division of Technology
City of Philadelphia
During program for Saturday, September 20, 2008, we will review the insights and perspectives on the issues that matter most to the chief information officer (CIO) of the City of Philadelphia, including the most important one of all—aligning IT with overall goals with economic constraints. With 50% information and 50% inspiration, the CIO's journey through a city's challenges could propel that city to new heights.
From staffing to program development, a Chief Information Officer is consider the general of a city's tech army.
Allan Frank brings 35 years of knowledge in technology and business leadership to his position as Chief Information Officer for the City of Philadelphia. His background includes co-founder of a publicly-traded Consulting and Research company, Senior Partner in a Global Professional Services Firm, and extensive experience in setting strategy, implementing and operating core business processes, product development, marketing, internal IT management, software development and all facets of building a world-class technology/services organization. He is also a recognized as an expert in the areas of information delivery, decision support and knowledge management. Mr. Frank holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Computer Science, and Master of Business Administration in Finance from Lehigh University and he is also a non-practicing Certified Public Accountant.