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David Chow Appointed as New HUD CIO

David Chow, former program manager at the National Credit Union Administration, has been appointed as the Department of Housing and Urban Development‘s new chief information officer, Federal Times reported Friday.

He began work as HUD’s new CIO on Aug. 20, succeeding Johnson Joy, who left the agency in March.

Chow will oversee the agency’s portfolio of information technology projects, which include efforts to speed up its mainframe application migration. The migration project received a $20M funding from the Office of Management and Budget‘s Technology Modernization Fund in June.

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