Another Pennsylvania CIO Heads For Texas

Brian Anderson, Philadelphia's top technologist from 1998-2000, has signed on as Dallas' director of communications and information--effectively its CIO.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

August 11, 2004

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What is it about Texas that attracts former CIOs from Pennsylvania?

In April, ex-Pennsylvania CIO Larry Olson became the Lone Star State's top government technologist. Earlier this month, Brian Anderson, Philadelphia's CIO from 1998 to 2000, became Dallas' director of communications and information--effectively the city's CIO.

Like Olson, a former principal at the strategic IT management firm aligne inc., Anderson spent time in the private sector between stints as a government CIO. Anderson most recently served as CIO and research and development director at Public Technology Inc., a Washington consulting firm and research organization that serves state and local governments.

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