Who's in and who's out

Recent departures from the Homeland Security Department and related agencies include:

Officials still on board:

Most of DHS's senior leaders have been with the agency from the start.

Patrick Schambach, chief information officer, Transportation Security Administration, departing May 31, to join PEC Solutions Inc.

Gary Hartwig, acting CIO at the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, this summer to become deputy special agent in charge of the bureau's Chicago office.

S.W. "Woody" Hall, assistant commissioner of the Office of Information and Technology for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, left last November and joined Science Applications International Corp. as a corporate vice president for homeland security.

Janet Hale, DHS undersecretary for management.

Steve Cooper, DHS' CIO.

Lee Holcomb, DHS' chief technology officer.

Scott Hastings, CIO for the U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology

program.

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