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8/23/2013 | 6:53:29 PM
re: Government IT Contract Wins: An Insider's Perspective
I was reminded today, in speaking with Nitin Pradhan, that prior to being appointed CIO at Transportation Department, he was a managing director for the Center for Innovative Technology that helped fuel Northern Virginia's tech corridor and then CTO for Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) the 12th largest school district in
USA with 234 schools and centers, over 166,000 students, 22,000
full-time employees, $2.2 billion in budget, 98,000 computers, 1,000+
applications and 200,000+ users.


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