Changes to Our CIO Cages, 2012

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Many of the Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in 25 of the largest Cities and Counties in the United States retired or changed jobs in 2012. This slideshow illustrates these changes, including who replaced the leaving CIO, if known.

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Changes to Our CIO Cages, 2012

  1. 1. A Year in the Life of City and County CIOs Bill Schrier re:public XI 13 November 2012
  2. 2. Wake County Lib Wanner Bill Greeves
  3. 3. Virginia Beach Gwen Cowart Matthew Arvay
  4. 4. Seattle Bill Schrier Erin Devoto (I)
  5. 5. City of San Diego  Jeff Leveroni
  6. 6. County of San Diego Harold Tuck Mikel Haas
  7. 7. Riverside California Steve Reneker
  8. 8. Portland, Oregon Mark Greinke
  9. 9. Phoenix Charles Thompson Rob Sweeney(I)
  10. 10. Norfolk, Virginia Hap Cluff David Sullivan
  11. 11. New York City Carole Post Rahul Merchant
  12. 12. Los Angeles Randi Levin Steve Reneker
  13. 13. Jacksonville  Usha Mohan
  14. 14. Houston Richard Lewis Charles Thompson
  15. 15. Honolulu Gordon Bruce
  16. 16. Denver Chuck Fredrick
  17. 17. Dallas Worris Levine Bill Finch
  18. 18. Clark County Nevada Laura Fucci
  19. 19. Chicago Jason DeHaan Brett Goldstein
  20. 20. Baltimore Rico Singleton Chris Tonjes
  21. 21. Arvada, Colorado Michele Hovet
  22. 22. Allegheny County Bob Patterson
  23. 23. Who Did I Miss? 

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