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Jack Martin Takes CIO Helm in Anne Arundel County, Md.

The former deputy CIO has been serving as acting CIO since mid-March. Martin stepped up following the resignation of former CIO Rick Napolitano, who led the county's IT operations for eight years.

Annapolis, Md.
Maryland’s Anne Arundel County has a new CIO, with the county executive appointing Jack Martin to the post.

Martin already had his feet wet in the role; he was deputy CIO and then served as acting CIO since mid-March. He stepped up when former IT Director Rick Napolitano resigned following an eight-year tenure with the county.

Martin has been with the county since 2005 and previously worked with the states of Maryland and Georgia.

“I look forward to continuing to serve the county in this new role as CIO,” Martin said in a press release. “Accessible information technology is essential for streamlining work processes and supporting the administration’s commitment to making county government more efficient, more effective and more connected to those it serves.”

Martin’s previous work with the county also included managing IT application teams. He was involved with “re-architecting and enabling information flow across departments, instituting and supporting professional project and software development processes and increasing and standardizing accessibility to information in support of county operations, decision-making and reporting,” per the county press release.