Lisa Schlosser is set to retire from the Office of Management and Budget as federal deputy chief information officer by the end of November, Federal News Radio reported Thursday.
Jason Miller writes Schlosser will leave the government after she completed her stint at the Office of Personnel Management as acting CIO and led the establishment of the OMB’s cyber unit.
She joined OMB as deputy CIO in 2011, with responsibility in promoting digital services and agile development, shared services and cybersecurity.
Schlosser also previously served the principal deputy associate administrator in the Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education and the director of the Office of Information Collection in the Office of Environmental Information at the Environmental Protection Agency.
She was also a CIO at the Department of Housing and Urban Development and associate CIO and chief information security officer at the Transportation Department.
She worked for Global Integrity and Ernst & Young after she served as a military intelligence officer at the U.S. Army.