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Luke McCormack Retires as DHS CIO, Looks to Join Private Sector

Luke McCormack

Luke McCormack retired from government Tuesday after he has served as chief information officer of the Department of Homeland Security over the past four years, MeriTalk reported Wednesday.

Morgan Lynch writes McCormack said during his retirement ceremony that he plans to pursue opportunities in the private sector.

President Donald Trump selected Richard Staropoli, former managing director and chief information security officer of Fortress Investment Group, to serve as DHS’ next CIO.

McCormack previously held CIO roles at the Justice Department and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as well as served as director of infrastructure services and director of architecture and engineering at the Customs and Border Protection.

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