Nextgov: The Office of Personnel Management’s chief information officer is stepping down after about a year on the job, an agency spokesperson confirmed.
Dave DeVries, whose last day is in early September, joined OPM from the Pentagon where he was principal deputy chief information officer. The agency has not shared plans for his replacement.
The news comes shortly after President Donald Trump’s pick for Homeland Security Department’s CIO Richard Starapoli stepped down after about three months on the job. A DHS official confirmed to Nextgov that Starapoli’s resignation takes effect Sept. 1 and Deputy Chief Information Officer Stephen Rice will step in as acting CIO—one of many across CFO agencies.