Six states, as well as three of the largest cities and counties in the U.S., are either lacking a chief information officer or have the position filled only in an interim capacity at the moment.
Note: Information is accurate as of June 26, 2019.
A big incoming class of new governors has prompted many turnovers among state CIOs this year, but there are a handful of vacancies among the largest cities and counties as well. Here is a list of the positions that are either vacant or filled only by people serving in an interim or acting capacity.
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