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

    DOE tech officer set to leave

    Associate CIO and CTO Peter Tseronis is leaving the Energy Department at the end of the month. Read More

  • help wanted sign

    NTSB looking for a new CIO

    A posting on USAJobs for the Senior Executive Service position lists a salary range of $121,956 to $183,300. Read More

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    Library of Congress names new CIO

    Bernard A. Barton Jr. fills a position that has been vacant since 2012. Read More

  • Rod Turk, previously the Department of Energy

    DOE CISO heads to Commerce

    Rod Turk is returning to the Commerce Department after a year at Energy. Read More

  • Josh Miller, the first product director of the White House.

    Facebook's Miller named first White House product director

    Josh Miller pointed to online petitions and Twitter engagement as examples of "amazing" government-citizen interaction, and promised more to come. Read More

  • Paul Brubaker

    Brubaker joins IT Cadre

    Former DOD executive and two-time Fed 100 winner had recently left AirWatch. Read More

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  • Rick Holgate

    Holgate to depart ATF

    Former ACT president will take a job with Gartner, follow his spouse to Vienna, Austria. Read More

  • Patent Icon - Dan Hetteix / The Noun Project

    USPTO hoping for some iconic collaboration

    Agency partners with Noun Project to create standard symbols for intellectual property concepts. Read More

  • help wanted sign

    Millennium Challenge Corporation needs a CIO

    The job pays pay $125,000 to $168,317 at an agency tasked with providing grants to developing countries committed to good governance and economic freedom. Read More

  • LinkedIn screenshot: Barry West

    Out-of-sight CIO resigns over the weekend, posts new job to LinkedIn

    Barry West is out as CIO at the FDIC, and is now president of the Mason Harriman Group. Read More

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