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March 23, 2022

Barclay Damon Live: Cyber Sip—"Why I Left the FDIC, and Overcoming ‘Tech Hesitancy,' With Sultan Meghji, Part 2"

In episode 10 of Barclay Damon Live: Cyber Sip, a bonus segment featuring Sultan Meghji, host Kevin Szczepanski learns more about the former FDIC chief innovation officer’s experience at the federal agency and why he left after a year. Not surprisingly, Sultan, an innovative 30-year veteran of the security and technological sectors, found politics and bureaucracy to be impediments to accomplishing his goals. As Sultan wrote in a recent Bloomberg opinion piece, he has recommendations for overcoming tech hesitancy and maximizing the public sector’s use of innovative technologies that include civil service reform, education and training, and more government collaboration with companies, universities, and international partners. Listen in for more.

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