The Sue Rachlin file

Position: Interior Department deputy chief information officer.

Responsibilities: Day-to-day operations of CIO's office, working with CIO Daryl White on departmentwide IT policy and development.

Interests: Gardening; visiting museums; downhill skiing; walking her boxer, Heidi; reading; cooking; attending operas and classical music concerts; traveling.

Travel highlight: Seeing Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" at the Vienna State Opera House, where it was originally performed.

Quote: "I'm not a real techie but I do grasp and understand the power of technology and how it can be leveraged and used to solve everyday problems."

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