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FCW Insider: Tseronis moves from DOE to... DOE

Peter Tseronis, one of the CIO communities rising stars -- informally a rising star as opposed to our official Rising Star awards -- has a new job. On Monday, Tseronis became the senior technical advisor in the Energy Department's CIO office. Tseronis, of course, has been the chief technology officer at the Education Department.

At Energy, Tseronis is assisting in the establishment of the Information Strategy and Innovation Office.

We also understand that the Energy Department's leadership is very supportive of his leadership role as chairman of the CIO Council's IPv6 Working Group.

Congratulations to Peter! And happy 41st birthday on Wednesday!

Posted by Christopher J. Dorobek on May 13, 2008 at 12:17 PM


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