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State of the CIO

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    CIOs are more wary about pursuing a new role than they were before the recession. German CIOs are the most likely to be looking for a change in the next 12 months, perhaps not surprising considering their relatively low level of job satisfaction.

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State of the CIO

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    CIOs are more wary about pursuing a new role than they were before the recession. German CIOs are the most likely to be looking for a change in the next 12 months, perhaps not surprising considering their relatively low level of job satisfaction.

The results of a global survey administered by Harvey Nash and PA Consulting show CIOs are under pressure as they help bring their companies out of the recession and prepare for a new competitive landscape. The evidence suggests the recession is affecting job satisfaction for some CIOs. The good news: Many tech execs see their role as becoming more strategic. The bad news: A significant number of CIOs saw their salaries frozen in 2009 or even took a pay cut. Ann All discussed these trends and more with Andy Bookless, director of Government Services for Harvey Nash and project lead for the CIO Survey 2010 in a recent interview.