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DOE tech officer set to leave

Peter Tseronis, previously the associate CIO and CTO for the Department of Energy.

DOE CTO Peter Tseronis is a three-time Federal 100 winner.

Peter Tseronis, the Department of Energy’s CTO and associate CIO for technology and innovation, is leaving his post at the end of October.

Tseronis has been a federal employee for more than 24 years across three departments, including most recently as the Energy Department’s chief technology officer, DOE said in a statement to FCW. 

Tseronis announced his plans to leave late last week, but didn’t say where he was going next. “Effective November 1, 2015, I will begin a new chapter in my professional life as a member of the private sector,” he wrote in a LinkedIn notice.

Tseronis is a three-time Federal 100 honoree, winning in 2008, 2011 and 2012.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on Sep 28, 2015 at 10:23 AM


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