David Wennergren, assistant deputy chief management officer at Defense Department, will retire from the agency by the end of this month after three decades of government service, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.
Jason Miller writes that the Pentagon has scheduled a going away party for Wennergren on Aug. 1.
Wennergren lead efforts to develop a new business strategic plan for the department in 2011 and established an investment review process for DoD business systems, according to the report.
His career includes service as the Department of the Navy‘s chief information officer, Pentagon deputy CIO, vice chairman of the CIO Council and director of the Business Transformation Agency.
Miller reports that Wennergren is known for promoting secured information sharing and using technology for missions.