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  • Transcom

    TRANSCOM in search of deputy CIO

    U.S. Transportation Command, which has been hit by hackers in the past, is looking for a new executive to help drive IT policy. Read More

  • FCC logo.

    FCC wants a chief data officer

    The FCC is seeking someone to wrangle its diverse datasets and chart a course for future innovation. Read More

  • help wanted sign

    Air Force HR is hiring a CIO

    The IT executive would oversee enterprise architecture and portfolio management for a wide range of Air Force systems and serve as deputy director for plans and integration. Read More

  • Wikimedia image: Department of Education.

    Education Department looks to staff back up in CIO shop

    After two departures, the Education Department’s CIO office is looking for a new deputy. Read More

  • Dan Tangherlini

    Tech firm taps Tangherlini for D.C. operations

    Cloud document platform provider SeamlessDocs has named the former GSA administrator to lead its Washington operations. Read More

  • Chris Boyer, AT&T

    AT&T's Chris Boyer to chair NIST privacy board

    Chris Boyer of AT&T will take over leadership of NIST's Information Security and Privacy Advisory board from Google's Peter Weinberger. Read More

  • Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew and Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios holding bricks of $100 notes.

    The money factory needs a CTO

    The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is seeking a new "currency technology officer." Read More

  • EPA seal

    Gonzalez to step up as EPA CTO

    Robin Gonzalez will replace Greg Godbout as the Environmental Protection Agency's chief technology officer, according to an internal email message obtained by FCW. Read More

  • VA logo

    Senate confirms VA watchdog

    Attorney Michael Missal will join the Department of Veterans Affairs as inspector general. The agency had spent more than two years without a Senate-confirmed watchdog before Missal got the nod from the U.S. Senate on April 19. Read More

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  • Greg Godbout speaks February 18, 2015. Still from Federal Acquisition Institute video.

    Godbout exits for software startup

    Federal digital services pioneer and Federal 100 winner Greg Godbout is leaving the Environmental Protection Agency for the private sector next month. Read More

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