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House of Representatives Seeks New CIO

JobAdThe House’s Office of the Chief Administrative Officer is working with executive-search firm Korn/Ferry International to find a new chief information officer to manage the chamber’s technical functions.

A June 19 classfied ad says the House CIO will be responsible for overseeing a more than 300-employee organization that performs operational, facilities management, networking, Web development, security and enterprise applications support services.

Other duties include providing technology guidelines to House officials and staffers and developing methods to protect chamber information and intellectual property rights.

The position requires at least 12 years of information technology or system management experience, a top secret-level security clearance and at least five years of previous work at midsize IT organizations.

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