Greg Garcia, the Army's deputy chief information officer, announced in an email to staff that his last day would be Feb. 27.
Raj Iyer, the Army's new chief information officer, is proposing a new IT governance structure that would be chaired by the Army CIO's office. The current decisionmaking process is too diffuse, he argues.
Rocky Campione, the agency's chief information officer, is leaving in April -- while Wayne Jones, associate administrator for information management and CIO at the National Nuclear Security Administration, has retired.
Eric Hysen worked on the Biden transition team before heading to Homeland Security.
Chris DeRusha is the new federal chief information security officer. He served as Biden campaign CISO, and worked at DHS, the White House and the state of Michigan in cybersecurity roles.
DHS has a new chief information security officer, while the State Department has a new chief data officer and HHS names the first chief artificial intelligence officer as these are some of the changes in the federal technology community over the last few weeks.
Interviews with technology executives from VA, NGA and DISA were the three most popular Ask the CIO interviews of 2020 proving the trend that automation, cyber and strategy continue to attract readers.
The Navy is becoming ever more digital as information warfare, cybersecurity, and command and control become data driven activities.
Undersecretary of State for Management Brian Bulatao is creating a new position to oversee all aspects of cybersecurity and ensure all bureaus meet the department’s cyber standards.
Peter Ranks, the deputy chief information officer for information enterprise at the Defense Department, will work on the C2E cloud program run by the CIA.
As chief information officer of the National Institutes of Health, Andrea Norris oversees a far flung operation. Her leadership has helped the agency get through the extraordinary challenge imposed by the pandemic.
While the election appears to have impacted fewer state CIOs, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers’ membership continues its “churn” according to executive director Doug Robinson.
A long serving chief information officer at both the EPA and NASA, Renee Wynn recently retired. But she's hardly out of the picture. Among her post-federal pursuits, she has become a fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration.
No, people who are about to leave government should not be "canceled."