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Former FAA CIO Goes to OPM to help with USAJobs

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The Office of Personnel Management added David Bowen as its chief technology officer earlier this month, according to a Federal News Radio report.

Formerly chief information officer at the Federal Aviation Administration, Bowen has been tasked to work with OPM CIO Matt Perry with handling USAJobs and avoiding future shutdowns. In November, OPM Director John Berry told a House committee he would hire a CTO to help the agency with the numerous issues surrounding USAJobs.

Bowen will also be charged with “modernizing the government’s retirement system,” according to the report.

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