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Sanjeev Bhagowalia is New Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary, CIO

Sanjeev Bhagowalia has joined the Treasury Department as deputy assistant secretary and chief information officer, Pacific Business News reported Friday. Duane Shimogawa writes the official comes into his new role after serving as Hawaii state CIO since July 2011 and later technology and cybersecurity advisor to Gov. Neil Abercrombie. The governor credits Bhagowalia’s leadership for the various recognitions the …

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DOI Fills CIO Spot

Sanjeev Bhagowalia has left the Department of Interior to serve as the deputy associate administrator for innovative technologies in the midst of the General Services Administration makeover. Now, his shoes need to be filled quickly and wisely because the catastrophe of the Gulf oil spill. The Department of the Interior …

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GSA Undergoes a Reorganization

The General Services Administration is getting a makeover. As part of the reorganization, GSA’s Office of Citizen Services and Communications is now split into two: Office of Communications and Marketing is one part, and the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies is the second part. David McClure, associate administrator …

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Kundra Calls for Data.gov Enhancement: YouTube

Vivek Kundra, the Federal CIO, is the backbone of data.gov.  The mission of data.gov is to “increase public access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government” as part of Obama’s Open Government Initiative. It has been a key tool to help the …

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Sanjeev ‘Sonny’ Bhagowalia

In 2008, Bhagowalia became the chief information officer of the Department of the Interior, with the responsibility to provide leadership to the department and all its bureaus in areas of information resource management and IT. As CIO, Bhagowalia manages the IT infrastructure, applications and information resources supporting the department’s different …

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