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Millennium Challenge Corporation lands new CIO

Millennium Challenge Corporation

After more than five years with the Peace Corps, including two as deputy CIO, Vince Groh will be moving to the CIO position at the Millennium Challenge Corporation FCW has learned...

MCC, which provides grants to developing countries with U.S.-approved governance and economic freedoms, advertised its vacancy in August 2015.

Groh's new gig will entail advising senior staff on technology infrastructure, keeping tech current and maintaining compliance with federal regulations.

Groh will be missed at the Peace Corps, say his bosses. In a farewell email,  Acting Associate Director for Global Operations Ken Yamashita called Groh, "one of our great champions of field operations in the Office of the Chief Information Officer,"

Groh's last day at the Peace Corps was April 1.

Posted by Zach Noble on Apr 01, 2016 at 2:23 PM


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