Bob De Luca Appointed FDIC Deputy CIO

Bob De Luca Appointed FDIC Deputy CIO
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Bob De Luca, formerly executive director of General Services Administration's (GSA) Information Technology Centers of Excellence, has joined the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as deputy chief information officer.

De Luca will supervise the Chief Information Officer Organization's administrative duties and support FDIC's application and infrastructure security initiatives under his new capacity, the agency said Tuesday.

Before his previous role, the U.S. Army veteran served as chief information officer at the U.S. Development Finance Corporation and led strategic design company Cachendo as president.

To date, De Luca serves as a member of the U.S. Air Force's 175th Cyberspace Operations Squadron.

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