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Doug Murdock Will Remain as CIO Under Incoming Gov. Josh Green

Doug Murdock, named state chief information officer in Hawaii by former Gov. David Ige, will remain in the post as the state continues a slate of technology modernization projects.

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Hawaii Chief Information Officer Doug Murdock will continue serving in the new administration of Gov. Josh Green.

Murdock was named Hawaii CIO in 2019 during Gov. David Ige's second term; he was previously state comptroller.

Green credited Murdock for his role in overseeing major technology projects in the state, such as the effort to modernize “the antiquated payroll and tax systems,” according to a press release from the governor’s office.

“As CIO, his priorities include continuing the efforts to modernize the enterprise resource planning system, enterprise portfolio management and workforce development,” the statement reads.

Murdock, an Air Force veteran, worked in IT at the Pentagon, as well as with a private law firm in Honolulu. He has also served as director of the Department of Accounting and General Services, and as vice president of administrative and fiscal affairs for the Hawaii Tourism Authority.