CDM Smith CIO David Neitz wins MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Award

The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium officially named David Neitz, CDM Smith's Chief Information Officer (CIO), as the 2016 CIO Leadership Award recipient. Neitz was one of four finalists, representing the financial, insurance, and IT industries. Neitz is also the first CIO from the architectural, engineering and construction industry to receive this honor. Learn more about the MIT CIO Award

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  • Mapping a Smarter Future with Technology

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    The path to building a smarter utility starts with establishing clear goals and considering how technology can help get you there. Ask these four key questions to start building your technology roadmap. Learn more

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  • Unlocking Energy Potential at DC Water

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    DC Water uses Thermal Hydrolysis technology to reduce greenhouse gases, cut truck trips in half, and produce a class A biosolid fertilizer now in use throughout the city. CDM Smith is proud to have worked with the team from DC Water to make their vision a reality. Learn more

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    Supporting Military Preparedness

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    We partnered with the U.S. Marine Corps and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest to design, build, operate and maintain this ongoing program at Camp Pendleton to enhance overall water and wastewater system operations and reliability. Learn more

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