Oregon Appoints New CIO

Governor picks business-technology exec Donald Fleming as its CIO.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

July 22, 2003

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The one-time CIO at Brookhaven National Laboratories and EG&G Inc., a $1.5-billion diversified technology company, will become Oregon's top IT official early next month. Gov. Theodore Kulongoski has named Donald Fleming as the Department of Administrative Services' CIO.

Fleming will oversee the department's Information Resources Management Division that includes enterprise network services, strategic policy and planning, geographic information systems, the government data center, and publishing and distribution services. Fleming will be the primary liaison with state businesses, legislators, governmental advisory groups, and local governments to craft and implement the state's strategic technology direction.

Fleming, who has a bachelor's degree in astronomy and physics from Yale and a doctorate in physics from the University of Massachusetts, held senior IT posts at General Electric Corp. and Allied-Signal Inc.

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