Stouffer heads to private sector

Debra Stouffer, chief technology officer at the Environmental Protection Agency and a leader in helping to develop federal IT policy, is leaving government for a position in the private sector.

Stouffer has accepted a position with DigitalNet Inc. to be the company's vice president of consulting services and expects to begin about Feb. 1, she said in an e-mail.

Stouffer said she will focus on providing consulting services to federal agencies to support Clinger-Cohen Act implementation and e-government strategies.

The company also offers capital planning investment control, enterprise architecture planning, and services such as process improvement, integration, business case evaluation, EA planning, IT portfolio evaluation, and e-government investment planning.

Stouffer, who is also the president of the Association for Federal Information Resources Management, has been CTO at the EPA since May 2002. Before that she was on temporary detail at the Office of Management and Budget, where she managed a thorough assessment of all overlapping IT systems and programs across government.

Before joining the EPA, she served as deputy chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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