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Tracee Boxley, acting CIO for GPO

Tracee Boxley is the Government Publishing Office's new acting CIO.

The Government Publishing Office announced on Nov. 3 that Tracee Boxley would be the agency's acting CIO. Boxley replaces former GPO CIO Chuck Riddle, who is now CTO at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Boxley's "institutional knowledge of GPO and IT systems makes her a natural asset in overseeing the agency's IT operations," GPO Director Davita Vance-Cooks said in the announcement.

Boxley has been with GPO since 2006 and has been deputy CIO since 2012. A career government employee, she has also worked at the Census Bureau, the Agriculture Department's Food and Nutrition Service, the Army and the Air Force.

Posted by Troy K. Schneider on Nov 03, 2016 at 3:21 PM


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