New faces on the CIO front

There was dramatic turnover in state CIOs following the 2002 gubernatorial election. Twenty-six states and one territory have new acting or permanent state CIOs who are getting acclimated to their new positions. Here are the new state CIOs:



1. Alabama: Paul Wharton

2. Alaska: Herrera (acting)

3. Arizona: Chris Cummiskey

4. Colorado: Leroy Williams

5. Georgia: Tom Wade (acting)

6. Hawaii: Russ K. Saito

7. Illinois: Scott Kennedy

8. Iowa: John P. Gillispie

9. Kansas: Denise Moore

10. Maine: Dick Thompson

11. Maryland: R. Russell Doupnik (acting)

12. Michigan: Teresa Takai

13. Minnesota: Keith Payden

14. New Hampshire: Robert Anderson

15. New Jersey: Steve Dawson

16. New Mexico: Moira Gerety

17. Oklahoma: Joe Fleckinger

18. Oregon: Donald Fleming

19. Pennsylvania: Arthur Stephens

20. Puerto Rico: Edda Gonzalez

21. Rhode Island: Tom Collins

22. South Carolina: Larry Johnson

23. Texas: Ed Serna (acting)

24. Utah: W. Val Oveson

25. Vermont: Robin Siss

26. Wisconsin: Matthew Miszewski

27. Wyoming: Larry Biggio



Source: National Association of State chief Information Officers


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