Flyzik named to ITAA group

James Flyzik

Jim Flyzik, former senior adviser to homeland security director Tom Ridge, was named chairman of the Homeland Security Task Group of the Information Technology Association of America.

Flyzik retired from government Dec. 17, after 28 years of service. Flyzik served as vice chairman of the Federal CIO Council from 1998 through 2002, overseeing various IT projects for the federal government. He is now a partner at the consulting firm Guerra, Kiviat & Flyzik.

The Homeland Security Task Group was founded in 2001 by Jerry Agee, vice president, Ballistic Missile Defense for TRW, now part of Northrop Grumman Corp. Two vice chairmen serve on the task group with Flyzik: Guy Copeland, vice president of Information Infrastructure Advisory Programs for Computer Sciences Corp., and Chris Oglesby, client sales executive for the Federal Government practice of EDS Corp. The group has worked on priorities such as risk sharing and security clearance requirements for homeland security contractors.

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