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House of Representatives seeking new CIO

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The two-month search for a new CIO for the U.S. House of Representatives has flown mostly under the radar, but the post is still open -- and applications are being considered.

Former House CIO Nelson Moe left in May to become CIO for the state of Virginia, and Deputy CIO Catherine Szpindor has been serving as acting CIO since then. The House's Office of the Chief Administrative Officer has not actively advertised the vacancy, instead choosing to work with a private recruiting firm.  But if you’re interested in applying, more information is available here.

Posted by Jonathan Lutton on Jul 30, 2015 at 12:33 PM


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