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Defense Department Deputy CIO Carey Stepping Down

Robert Carey, who played active role in transforming federal IT practices, retires from key DOD post. Successor not named.

 Defense Department Deputy CIO Robert Carey
Defense Department Deputy CIO Robert Carey

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3/26/2014 | 11:23:20 PM
DOD's loss
The Defense Department and DOD CIO Teri Takai are losing a capable hand in Rob Carey. He knew his way around the Pentagon and its politics; and he was skilled change agent, who also respected the needs of the IT workforce. 
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