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Report: Steve Grewal to Leave GSA Deputy CIO Post, Join Tech Company

Steve Grewal

Steve Grewal, deputy chief information officer of the General Services Administration, will step down from his role by the end of January to join a Silicon Valley technology company, Federal News Radio reported Thursday.

The report said Grewal has helped the implement Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act at GSA and led the agency’s enterprise IT modernization and data management efforts.

Before GSA, he spent more than five years at the Education Department in roles such as deputy director for IT services, chief information security officer, chief technology officer and acting chief information officer.

He also worked at the Department of Health and Human Services as director of operations support and at the Transportation Department as information systems security officer.

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