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FILE - The Department of Health and Human Services building is seen in Washington, April 5, 2009.  The federal Department of Health and Human Services is failing to meet its responsibilities for leading the nation’s response to public health emergencies ranging from the coronavirus pandemic, to extreme weather disasters and even potential bioterror attacks, a nonpartisan congressional watchdog says in a report Thursday. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

HHS CIO Mathias moving to engineering role at NASA

Jennifer Wendell, the Department of Health and Human Services deputy CIO, will serve as acting CIO until a permanent one is hired.

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Small agency IT executives have some help in juggling all their responsibilities

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Air Force names new CIO

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Pentagon has a new plan for ‘customer-led’ IT service delivery in OSD offices

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DoD, Army PEO-EIS, GSA restock technology executive shelves

Michael Chappell is the new CIO at the Army’s Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS), a position that the organization re-established…

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Navy’s former CIO drops anchor at Google

In today’s Federal Newscast: The Navy’s former CIO docks his private-sector ship at Google Public Sector. A new Executive Order prevents agencies from…

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IRS CIO Sieger moving to new role in Treasury

Nancy Sieger has been the IRS chief information officer in a permanent or acting basis since 2019 and helped oversee the tax agency’s pandemic IT modernization efforts.

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