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The feds who headed for the exits in 2014

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The Partnership for Public Service has found that federal agencies lose roughly 4,300 IT professionals each year to retirement and the private sector. The 2014 cohort included the following key leaders:

  • Keith Alexander, National Security Agency director and commander of U.S. Cyber Command
  • Thomas Bayer, Securities and Exchange Commission CIO
  • Bob Brese, Energy Department CIO
  • Casey Coleman, General Services Administration CIO
  • Kevin Donahue, director of the GSA's Performance Improvement Council
  • Robyn East, Treasury Department CIO
  • Letitia Long, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency director
  • Andrew Hunter, director of the Joint Rapid Acquisition Cell in the Defense Department's Office of the Undersecretary for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
  • Mike Krieger, U.S. Army deputy CIO
  • Bernard Mazer, Interior Department CIO
  • David McClure, associate administrator of the GSA’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies
  • Miriam Nisbit, director of the National Archives and Records Administration's Office of Government Information Services
  • Jennifer Pahlka, U.S. deputy chief technology officer in the Office of Science and Technology Policy
  • Todd Park, U.S. CTO in the Office of Science and Technology Policy
  • Latanya Sweeny, Federal Trade Commission chief technologist
  • Simon Szykman, Commerce Department CIO
  • Teri Takai, DOD CIO
  • Gus Taveras, Defense Intelligence Agency CTO
  • Keith Trippie, executive director for the Enterprise System Development Office at the Department of Homeland Security
  • Lena Trudeau, associate commissioner of GSA’s Office of Strategic Innovation
  • Steve Viar, director of GSA's Federal Systems Integration and Management center
  • Nicole Wong, U.S. deputy CTO in the Office of Science and Technology

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