IRS officially makes Nancy Sieger CIO after nearly two years on the job
She'll continue overseeing the hundreds of IT systems operating the U.S. tax infrastructure, as well as the nearly 7,000 employees maintaining them.
Eric Hysen to return to DHS as CIO
The creator of the DHS Digital Service is back at the department for his second tour of duty.
Department of Labor gets a chief innovation officer
Chike Aguh has a long history dealing with workforce technologies and the future of work.
President Biden taps Obama alums to lead GSA tech, acquisition
Sonny Hashmi and Dave Zvenyach will return to GSA to help run acquisition and technology services, respectively.
Biden calls for ‘most ambitious effort ever’ to modernize federal IT, cybersecurity
"President-elect Biden is calling on Congress to launch the most ambitious effort ever to modernize and secure federal IT and networks," says a fact sheet.
State Department names new chief data officer
Matthew Graviss has been heading up the department's Center for Analytics for the past month.
Biden stresses need to modernize U.S. cyberdefenses in wake of SolarWinds attack
The president-elect also accused the current administration of withholding key national security intelligence from the transition team.
GSA’s new chief data officer was a Presidential Innovation Fellow
Paymen Sadegh fills the vacancy left by the agency's first CDO hired in 2013.
Basil Parker to be appointed Federal CIO
The White House announced its intent to appoint him days after it was reported Michael Rigas had possibly been filling the position for months.
Michael Rigas claims acting Federal CIO role
The triple-hatted official replaced Suzette Kent back in July, according to his LinkedIn, though OMB did not provide an official start date.