If the departments of State, Agriculture and Housing and Urban Development are any indication, federal technology offices are in store for major shakeups over the next year. The shakeups are coming from the Trump administrations mandated reform plans. Details of the changes are still incomplete, but the trend is clear. Agencies want to reduce the back-office duplication of both people and services and centralize the oversight of these functions. In his weekly feature, the Reporters Notebook, Executive Editor Jason Miller writes about why federal chief information officers are at the center of this reorg storm. He shares the details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.