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Pete Tseronis to Leave Energy Department as CTO

Energy DepartmentPete Tseronis has announced his plan to depart the Energy Department as chief technology officer to join the private sector, FedScoop reported Thursday.

Billy Mitchell writes Tseronis will leave his 24-year federal service on Nov. 1.

Tseronis was instrumental in the DOE’s new technology deployment efforts for cloud, wireless, cybersecurity and mobility services, according to the report.

He also pioneered the department’s information technology strategic roadmap, Mitchell reports.

Tseronis previously served as CTO and director of network services at the Department of Education before he joined DOE.

 

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