Art Money, former Pentagon chief information officer, has become a strategic
adviser for Digital Data Development, the company announced Sept. 21. Money
was the Defense Department CIO and assistant secretary of Defense for command,
control, communications and intelligence in the Clinton administration.
He retired from DOD in April.
DDD is a provider of advanced collusion-detection technology, and offers
a method called Non-Obvious Relationship Awareness (NORA) technology, which
identifies potentially fraudulent relationships within an organization.
For more information, see "Money enlists in company" [FCW.com, Sept. 21, 2001]