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Former DISA Exec Lytwaive Hutchinson Named FEMA CIO

Lytwaive Hutchinson, former vice director of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Joint Service Provider, has been appointed to serve as the Federal Emergency Management Agency's chief information officer, Fedscoop reported Tuesday. She succeeds Adrian Gardner who will go on to serve as executive director of recovery communications technology within FEMA's Caribbean Area Division. 

Hutchinson, as part of her previous team, helped DISA implement a consolidated, integrated infrastructure of information technology activities, supporting a $500 million budget. She's been with the federal government since 2002 and contributed 21 years of active duty service to the U.S. Army.

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