Comings and goings

President Bush nominated George Foresman, Virginia's chief of preparedness, to be the Homeland Security Department's first official in charge of preparedness.

Debra Stouffer, a well-known figure in private and government technology, has joined Digital Management, an information technology services company that provides secure end-to-end transactions for government.

Al Tarasiuk was named chief information officer at the CIA, replacing Alan Wade, who retired.

Philip Bond, former undersecretary for technology at the Commerce Department, was named Monster Government Solutions' general manager in charge of strategic planning for the company's business activities in the government sector.

Charles Armstrong, CIO in DHS' Border and Transportation Security Directorate, has been named DHS' new deputy CIO.

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    Mark Munsell, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s CTO, talks about talent shortages and how the agency is working to get more unclassified data.

  • Veterans Affairs
    Veterans Affairs CIO Jim Gfrerer speaks at an Oct. 10 FCW event (Photo credit: Troy K. Schneider)

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    With 10 months on the job, Veterans Affairs CIO Jim Gfrerer is pushing his organization toward a culture of constant delivery.

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