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David Bennett has been named DISA CIO. (DISA photo)

The Defense Information Systems Agency has made changes in two posts key to the agency’s IT operations.

David Bennett has been named the new CIO of DISA, according to an Oct. 2 announcement from the Defense Department. Bennett previously served as the agency’s vice component acquisition executive.

Bennett was preceded as CIO by Henry Sienkiewicz, who served in the position since May 2010. Sienkiewicz has been named as DISA’s vice chief information assurance executive.

Posted by Amber Corrin on Oct 02, 2012 at 12:10 PM


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