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SEC CIO Thomas Bayer to Leave Agency in October; Mary Jo White Comments

Thomas Bayer, chief information officer at the Securities and Exchange Commission since October 2010, is set to depart his role in October. He has been responsible for the agency’s strategy, application development, infrastructure operations, user support, program management, capital planning, information security and enterprise architecture operations, the SEC said Wednesday. “Tom’s …

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FTC, SEC Look to Cloud and Mobile Tech for Innovation; Bajinder Paul, Thomas Bayer Comment

The Federal Trade Commission has joined the Securities and Exchange Commission in using cloud computing to modernize information technology networks in order to increase operational functions and facilitate innovation, Federal News Radio reported Friday. Jason Miller writes that Bajinder Paul, FTC chief information officer, said the email and messaging platform and wireless offering is the starting point for the move …

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SEC Names Pamela Dyson to New Deputy CIO Position; Thomas Bayer Comments

The Securities and Exchange Commission has created a deputy chief information officer position and appointed Pamela Dyson to that position, the agency announced Thursday. Dyson, formerly the SEC’s chief technology officer, will oversee the agency’s information technology systems and work with divisions to maintain the agency’s technology infrastructure. She joined …

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