HUD picks Jerry Williams to be CIO

The Department of Housing and Urban Development has picked Jerry Williams to serve as its chief information officer, sources tell FCW.

Williams most recently was deputy CIO at the Interior Department. He also has worked at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Agriculture Department and the Small Business Administration.

He fills the vacancy left by Lisa Schlosser, who left HUD in December to take a job with the Environmental Protection Agency.

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