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Federal CIO is Back on the Job Full Time

Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel

Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel // House subcommittee on Oversight and Reform

Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel, who’s worn a second hat since May leading the Office of Management and Budget’s management team, is back to just one title today.

Beth Cobert, a senior partner at McKinsey & Co. was sworn in Monday as the OMB’s deputy director for management after being confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday.

VanRoekel announced his return to full-time CIO duties in a tweet Wednesday afternoon, stating "Congrats @BethCobert Just Sworn In as Dep Dir of Mgmt @ OMB. Me: 'Acting' to 'Formerly Acting' & more importantly, back to full-time US CIO!"

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