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SEC Names Pamela Dyson Full-Time CIO; Mary Jo White Comments

Securities and Exchange CommissionPamela Dyson has been named chief information officer at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a role she has held in an acting basis since October 2014.

“Pam has been instrumental in our ongoing efforts to enhance the commission’s information technology capabilities,” Mary Jo White, SEC chairperson, said Thursday.

Dyson joined the agency in 2010 as an assistant director of enterprise operations and later served as a deputy CIO.

She oversaw the modernization of business applications and service delivery systems at the agency as well as worked to help the agency implement strategies for information protection and critical infrastructure management.

The University of Maryland graduate also held IT leadership roles at the U.S. International Trade Commission before she moved to SEC.

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