CSC appoints new CIO
Doug Tracy takes on role as chief information officer, will run internal IT
- By Mark Hoover
- Nov 28, 2012
Computer Sciences Corp. has named Doug Tracy chief information officer, where he will provide leadership for managing and transforming the company’s global internal information technology operations.
He will also align the company’s IT and business strategies, drive innovation and ensure transparency and effective communications within the organization, CSC said.
“A critical part of our company’s transformation initiative is upgrading the technology infrastructure and tools that power our business,” said CSC President and CEO Mike Lawrie. Tracy’s expertise will lend to that, he added.
Tracy was previously vice president and chief information officer of Dana Holding Corp. There, he integrated the global IT organization and improved the efficiency and business focus of the company’s applications and infrastructure assets, the company said.
Before Dana Holding Corp., Tracy served as Rolls-Royce executive vice president of IT for one of the company’s subsidiaries, and as global chief technology officer with responsibility for IT strategy and architecture.
Mark Hoover is a contributing writer to Washington Technology.