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Andrea Di Maio
Andrea Di Maio
Managing VP
Milan Italy
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Years of Experience
16 years at Gartner
29 years IT industry
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Roles and Responsibilities
Andrea Di Maio is a Managing Vice President in Gartner Research, where he leads the public sector research team. His personal coverage includes e-government and digital government strategies, social media strategies, open government, cloud computing, the business value of IT, and the impact of technology on the future of government.
Previous Experience
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Di Maio was with the European Commission, where he was responsible for part of the R&D framework program, as well as for all activities on the impact of the year 2000 problem and the IT impact of the European single currency. Before the European Commission, he held management and technical positions in the systems and software industry. He has more than 20 years of experience in IT.
Professional Background
European Commission, Program Officer, 4 years
TXT, Software Technology Director, 4 years
Techint Software, System Engineer and Group Manager, 5 years
Industry Awards/Accolades
Gartner Analyst of the Year (2008)
Gartner Thought Leadership Award (2008)
Gartner Industries Analyst of the Year (2007)
M.S., Electronics Engineering, summa cum laude, Politecnico di Milano

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Digital Government Is a Journey Toward Digital Business 22-Apr-2014 Andrea Di Maio, Jerry Mechling, Rick Howard
Predicts 2014: Government CIOs Are Key to Moving the Digital Enterprise Forward 19-Nov-2013 Rick Howard, Andrea Di Maio, Jeff Vining, Jerry Mechling, Bryan Pagliano, Neville Cannon
How to Prioritize Government Mobile and Social Applications 06-Nov-2013 Andrea Di Maio
The Nexus of Forces Is Bringing Disruption and Opportunities to Government IT 14-Oct-2013 Andrea Di Maio, Rick Howard
Beyond the Government CIO: Chief Data or Digital Officers? 07-Oct-2013 Andrea Di Maio, Rick Howard