InfoZen picks Bajinder Paul for strategy position

InfoZen has hired long-time government tech executive Bajinder Paul as its new vice president for strategy and solutions.

Paul joins the company after a long government career. He most recently was associate director of the Federal Reserve System, where he oversaw 12 federal regional banks and managed a national IT infrastructure.

He also has held CIO roles at agencies such as the Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Treasury, Federal Trade Commission and Housing and Urban Development.

Paul led the government Do Not Pay initiative that targeted the prevention of $110 billion in improper payments.

Paul is a graduate of Cornell University and has a master’s degree in computer science from John Hopkins University.

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