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Bill Turnbull: New Acting Energy CIO

doeFederal News Radio reports that William (Bill) Turnbull, the Energy Department’s Associate CIO for Advanced Technology and Systems Integration, will now serve as acting CIO at the Energy Department after Tom Pyke retires Feb. 26.

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William (Bill) Turnbull

In a note to Energy Department CIO staff, Pyke said that Energy Department deputy CIO Carl Staton will also be retiring.  Here’s the note, courtesy of Federal News Radio :

To Everyone in OCIO –

I am forwarding to you (below) the Deputy Secretary’s announcement that Bill Turnbull will be Acting CIO after I retire. My last day in the office will be February 26. I will be assisting Bill during the next few weeks as he prepares to assume his new responsibilities.

As you know, Carl Staton long ago developed plans to retire in early April. Carl will continue as Deputy CIO until he retires. While he is still here, Carl will also be assisting Bill Turnbull with his new duties.

I know that all of you will enjoy working with Bill over the next several months, while the search goes on to select a permanent CIO.

Regards to all,

Tom

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