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We found Hank Philcox

Thanks to all of you, we found Hank Philcox, the first IRS CIO.

Apparently the IRS sent my post yesterday around the office and I received about a dozen e-mails from people offering to make the connection ... including his daughter. (Yes, it is a small world!)

He is apparently relaxing at a "fabulous lake house" at Lake Anna. He is playing tennis and golf and sitting on a few boards.

So ... that's relaxing?

We're thrilled for him! The real question is ... what's his handicap?

And we have spoken with him ... and I think with just about every IRS CIO for the upcoming story. It will be in the 4.16 issue of Federal Computer Week.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Apr 04, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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