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HHS CIO to retire

Michael Carleton is retiring after four years as chief information officer of the Health and Human Services Department, according to an article in FedScoop on June 27. His retirement is effective at the end of July.

Carleton became a federal executive in the Nixon administration’s Federal Energy Administration. He also served for seven years as CIO at the General Services Administration.

Before joining GSA, he was deputy director of the Office of Information Resources Management and CIO for the Office of the Secretary of HHS.

Posted by Alice Lipowicz on Jun 27, 2011 at 12:11 PM


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