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Fedscoop: William Lay to Depart Role as State Dept CISO

William Lay
William Lay

William Lay will retire from the State Department as deputy chief information officer for information assurance and chief information security officer, Fedscoop reported Friday.

Shaun Waterman writes Lay will leave the department on May 27 and has held the roles since September 2012.

Lay previously served as the CIO/G6 for the U.S. Army’s Installation Management Command before he joined the State Department, according to the report.

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