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Gary Wang Joins U.S. Army as Deputy CIO/G6

Gary-WangGary Wang, formerly director of the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance infrastructure division within the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, has joined the U.S. Army as deputy chief information officer/G6, Federal News Radio reported Friday.

Jason Miller writes Wang will begin his new role on Nov. 1 and succeed Mike Krieger, who is culminating his more than six years of service at the Army.

Krieger is a 35-year military civilian service veteran who led the Army’s transition to a cloud-based enterprise email, according to the report.

Wang previously served as director of corporate operations and command information officer for seven years at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.

He also held the roles of science and technology national competency lead and chief technology officer at SPAWAR and director of SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific’s science, technology and engineering department, Miller reports.

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