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Renee Wynn Joins NASA as CIO

Renee Wynn, former acting assistant administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Environmental Information, has joined NASA as chief information officer. Wynn succeeds Larry Sweet, who is set to retire in November, NASA said Monday. She will oversee the agency’s efforts to align information assets with federal regulations and …

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Pete Tseronis to Leave Energy Department as CTO

Pete Tseronis has announced his plan to depart the Energy Department as chief technology officer to join the private sector, FedScoop reported Thursday. Billy Mitchell writes Tseronis will leave his 24-year federal service on Nov. 1. Tseronis was instrumental in the DOE’s new technology deployment efforts for cloud, wireless, cybersecurity …

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Josh Miller Joins White House as Director of Product

Josh Miller, formerly head of product development at Facebook Inc., has joined the White House as director of product. Miller wrote in a blog post published Tuesday that he intends to leverage his product development experience over the past four years to help the government enhance its digital services. He …

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Todd May Takes Deputy Director Role at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center; Patrick Scheuermann Comments

Todd May, formerly manager of NASA’s Space Launch System program, has been named deputy director of the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center. May will succeed 35-year NASA veteran Teresa Vanhooser and be responsible for NASA’s field installations with an annual budget of $2.5 billion, NASA said Tuesday. “I’m confident that …

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Rick Holgate to Join Gartner from ATF

Rick Holgate, chief information officer for the Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, has announced he will leave the agency to join Gartner as a federal analyst, Federal News Radio reported Monday. Jason Miller writes Holgate will begin his new career with Gartner on Sept. 14. and …

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