New York Begins Search for CIO

New York state's Office for Technology today will send out bids to choose a professional recruitment firm to conduct a nationwide search for a new state chief information officer.

The office hopes to select a firm and start its search by early July, according to Tom Duffy, deputy director for the Office for Technology. The position of CIO has been vacant for more than a year.

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