Government 2.0 Volume 1

Government 2.0 Volume 1

by Stephen Imholt

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BN ID: 2940151276993
Publisher: Top Wing
Publication date: 06/13/2015
Series: Government 2.0 , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
File size: 252 KB

About the Author

Steve Imholt is a long time project manager, IT architect, designer and developer. Steve has been both witness and part of the evolution of the Information Age. He has worked with computers since the days of punched cards and designed services to operate within the cloud.

During his career Steve was responsible for
• implementing interest on savings accounts for a fortune 100 bank,
• first implementation of UPC codes for a division of a major grocery store,
• implementation of the first hospital information system for a community hospital
• designed portion of the costing and billing systems for BCBSMA, a pioneer in the formulation of HMOs.
• supported a REIT trust on subprime mortgages which some say was a cause of the Great Recession.
Steve was part of the program management team for the New York City 911 project, and was an early designer of government based cloud initiatives for Hewlett Packard.

On the public service side, Steve was elected a member of the Rockford Illinois School Board in the early 1980s. At the time, the School District was the second largest school district in Illinois after Chicago. Steve served on the Hampshire Library Board in the late 1980s where he helped get a new library for this Illinois town of less than 2000 people.

In 2015 Steve is running for the Virginia House of delegates as an independent.

Steve lives in Richmond Virginia with his wife Toni. Together, they raised three girls and a boy. Their children are now adults with successful careers in their own right. One has a career in technology. Another has a career in education, A third is a pediatrician, and the fourth is an attorney. Now retired from the professional side, Steve makes woefully inadequate attempts to help mentor three of their four granddaughters while his wife has achieved the greatest success of all by cuddling and teaching the next generation. They both continue to work in the home now accurately renamed Gram's House.

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