Federal CIO Suzette Kent Tells Staff She’s Retiring

NextGov: After two and a half years leading the federal government’s IT efforts, Suzette Kent told staff Thursday she plans to leave the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer come July.

Kent is the fourth person to serve as the permanent Federal CIO since the moniker was bestowed on the leader of the Office of Management and Budget's Office of E-Government in 2009. Prior to joining government service in January 2018, Kent was a principal with global accounting firm Ernst & Young’s financial services practice, with a focus on payroll services and technology.

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