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Report: Gary Galloway to Leave State Dept

Department of the statesGary Galloway, deputy director for the office of information assurance at the State Department, will retire from the department on Nov. 1 and plans to work in the private sector, Fedscoop reported Thursday.

Greg Otto writes that Galloway has worked on multiple information technology procurement and security programs since he joined the State in 1986.

He has helped manage the department’s information assurance office over the past eight years and concurrently directs the enterprise risk division in an acting basis.

Prior to his current roles, Galloway oversaw business technologies for the Bureau of Information Resource Management‘s Office of eDiplomacy between April 2003 and May 2007 and worked as acting director at the same office from July 2005 to January 2006.

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