US Army names first civilian chief information officer

US Army names first civilian chief information officer
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army has named Raj Iyer to be its new chief information officer after the service split the CIO/G-6 office over the summer, deputy Army CIO Greg Garcia announced Tuesday.

Iyer, who will be the first civilian to serve as the Army’s CIO, was introduced on an AFCEA Belvoir webinar by Garcia. Garcia has been acting CIO since August when then-Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford retired.

In his brief introductory comments, Iyer said that the Army plans to release a new IT strategy and “campaign plan.”

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