Report: Frank Baitman to Leave HHS CIO Role

Frank Baitman
Frank Baitman

Frank Baitman will depart his role as chief information officer at the Department of Health and Human Services in November to pursue professional opportunities, Fedscoop reported Tuesday.

Billy Mitchell writes Baitman was responsible for HHS’ pilot to transition the email service to the cloud, consolidate enterprise systems and introduce a virtual desktop, according to the report.

He first joined government in 2009 as CIO at the Social Security Administration and subsequently held the post at HHS for four years, Fedscoop reported.

Baitman was also an entrepreneur-in-residence at the Food and Drug Administration and has also worked for IBM and the U.K.-based Institute for the Future and Petards Inc.

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