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Air Force shifts IT exec

Bill Marion.

Bill Marion, CTO at Air Force Space Command, was named CIO for the service's personnel directorate. (Image: Bill Marion / LinkedIn)

Bill Marion, a 2015 Fed 100 winner, is leaving his job as chief technology officer of the Air Force Space Command to become CIO and deputy director of plans and integration at the Air Force’s personnel directorate. The change will be effective April 9, an Air Force spokeswoman said.

As Air Force Space Command CTO, Marion helped deploy a mobility tool that allows users to encrypt and decrypt sensitive email messages and access 100,000 native applications. 

Posted by Sean Lyngaas on Apr 01, 2015 at 1:33 PM


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