Francisco Salguero has been appointed to serve as chief information officer at the Federal Communications Commission, effective December, Fedscoop reported Friday.
He currently serves with the Department of Agriculture as deputy CIO, a role through which he leads enterprise services, infrastructure and other information technology-related activities. Salguero's appointment continues his public service tenure of over 14 years. The newly appointed CIO holds over two decades of IT experience.
He joined USDA in 2005 as a project manager for the department's Food Safety Inspection Service. Salguero will succeed John Skuldarek, who has been FCC's CIO on an acting basis since May.