Information Management: An interview with Bob Haycock

Bob Haycock
Bob Haycock
former Chief Architect
at OMB

BearingPoint took some time to sit down with executives in a series of discussions to get their insights into information management. This conversation is with Bob Haycock, former Chief Architect at OMB.

Bob Haycock has seen several administrations come and go in his years as an information technology (IT) executive in the federal government. Among his many positions in public service, Haycock held the post of chief architect at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), an agency tasked with advising senior White House officials on a range of topics relating to federal policy, management, legislative, regulatory and budgetary issues.

At OMB, he spearheaded a strategic initiative revolving around enterprise architecture. As Haycock explains, the effort was a vital move to help agencies better manage their information and ease cross-agency collaboration. BearingPoint spoke with Haycock about his perspectives on information management and leadership in the federal government.

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