June 10, 2005 By Wayne Hanson
"In my new role," said Stephens in the memo, "I plan to continue to play a significant role in the major IT initiatives across the commonwealth including enterprise architecture, shared services, operation secure enterprise, statewide radio and key agency projects. Additionally, I will serve as the main point of contact for the Governor's Office in the community of practice process and continue to serve on the IT Governance Board."
Stephens announced that Kristen Miller will be acting CIO and deputy secretary for the Office for Information Technology. "I have tremendous confidence that Kristen will continue to lead OIT down the path that we have begun in a collaborative manner," he said.
"Third," said Stephens, "the IT Governance Board has approved the creation of deputy CIO positions for each community of practice. These deputy CIOs will be more readily accessible to agencies within that Community of Practice. They will help to:
Stephens also said that the Community of Practice planners will move from the Bureau of Planning and Administration to work for the Deputy CIOs to help ensure that there is much tighter integration with the Deputy CIO.
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