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Former DOE CTO Tseronis joins Deep Water Point

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

Peter Tseronis, formerly CTO at the Energy Department, has joined Deep Water Point.

DOE announced in September that Tseronis would leave his post as CTO and associate CIO for technology and innovation at the end of October. Tseronis did not officially say where he was going, but he noted on LinkedIn that on Nov. 1, he would "begin a new chapter in my professional life as a member of the private sector."

Deep Water Point officials said Tseronis will develop and lead the firm's new-business practice to help the investor and entrepreneurial communities navigate agency opportunities and gain access to federal funding.

Tseronis joins other former federal IT leaders at the firm, including Robert Bigman, former chief information security officer at the CIA, and Mary Ellen Condon, former director of information management and security at the Justice Department.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on Nov 02, 2015 at 11:53 AM


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