Report: Pentagon CIO Teri Takai to Leave Gov’t

Teri Takai
Teri Takai

According to a report by Federal News Radio, Defense Department Chief Information Officer Teri Takai will leave the Pentagon on Friday after three-and-a-half years as CIO.

Jared Serbu reports that Takai told the Chief Information Officers’ Council of her plans Monday.

Takai worked as the military’s lead information technology official as CIO and advised Secretaries Robert Gates, Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel on issues related to technologies such as space systems and satellite communications networks.

She is also a former CIO for the states of California and Michigan.

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