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U.S. Homeland Security CIO Resigns
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PJS880
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PJS880,
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6/5/2013 | 3:30:17 PM
re: U.S. Homeland Security CIO Resigns
It appears that he
was a very successful CIO, why did he retire? Also did he mention or get
interviewed as to what he will be doing? Is he going to stay in the IT industry
or relax and enjoy retirement? Is the new CIO expected to stay up to par with
Spires?

Paul Sprague

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Andrew Hornback
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5/12/2013 | 1:12:58 AM
re: U.S. Homeland Security CIO Resigns
Actually, yes... yes you do. Government bureaucracies don't communicate or work well together until someone who controls their collective budgets asks them to play nicely together.
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5/8/2013 | 5:41:27 PM
re: U.S. Homeland Security CIO Resigns
The DOHLS is a complete waste of tax payers money. What does the DOHLS do that the FBI and CIA can't? Do we really need another government agency to get the FBI, CIA, NSA and the coast guard to cooperate?


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