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FCC Hires CIO

WASHINGTON -- Today, the FCC announced Robert Naylor as the Commission's Chief Information Officer, a hire that will keep the FCC agile, responsive and effective in the high-tech space it serves. In his role as CIO, Mr. Naylor will implement a tech-forward strategy to cut costs, equip workers with effective tools, and shift the Commission's IT trajectory towards more sustainable and secure cloud-based solutions.

"This hire equips the FCC to lead by example in the federal technology space," said FCC Managing Director Steven VanRoekel. "Robert brings the right vision and leadership to modernize the agency's data and IT holdings and keep this agency moving towards the cloud. His work will make our operational expenditures more effective in out years, providing a reliable means of engagement for the consumers and industries we serve."

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

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