Government IT Leaders Named to Computerworld Top-100 List

Fourteen public-sector IT leaders make Computerworld magazine's list of 'Premier 100 IT Leaders' list for 2010.

by / December 7, 2009
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Photo: Daniel Chan, CIO, New York State's Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance/Photo by Michael Okoniewski.

Two Government Technology bloggers - Seattle CIO Bill Schrier and Michigan CTO Dan Lohrmann - were among 15 public-sector IT leaders named Monday, Dec. 7, to Computerworld magazine's Premier 100 IT Leaders list for 2010.

Seattle CIO Bill Schrier/Photo by Amanda Koster

Also making the annual list were five former winners of Government Technology's top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers from public-sector IT: Schrier; Lohrmann; New York City CIO Paul Cosgrave; Los Angeles World Airports CIO Dominic Nessi; and Roanoke, Va., technology director Roy Mentkow.


Michigan CTO Dan Lohrmann/Photo courtesy of Dan Lohrmann

Lohrmann writes's Lohrmann on Infrastructure blog. Schrier writes the Notes from a City CIO blog for Digital Communities, a sister magazine and Web site of Government Technology.

Other public-sector leaders recognized by Computerworld include:

  • David W. Taylor, CIO of Florida
  • Phyllis Koch, director of IT services and geographical information systems, Boynton Beach, Fla.
  • Deborah Lindell, CIO of the Delaware Department of Correction
  • Robert Beach, IT services director of Seminole County, Fla.
  • Daniel Chan, CIO of New York State's Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
  • Lawrence Di Gioia, information services director of Altamonte Springs, Fla.
  • John Garing, director for strategic planning and information, Defense Information Systems Agency
  • James Pepin, CTO of Clemson University
  • Dennis Reiman, associate vice president of strategic and emerging technology, and CTO of Florida State College at Jacksonville
  • Jinx Walton, director of computing services and systems development for Pitt University