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Former Virginia CIO Nelson Moe Joins Private-Sector IT Firm

Nelson Moe, the former CIO for the commonwealth of Virginia, has shifted from the public to private sector with his recent appointment as the sales strategy principal for IT solutions provider Iron Bow Technologies.

Photo of Nelson Moe, former CIO of the commonwealth of Virginia.
Government Technology/David Kidd
This week, IT solutions provider Iron Bow Technologies announced the appointment of Nelson Moe, former CIO for the commonwealth of Virginia, as the company’s new sales strategy principal for the state, local and education (SLED) business unit.

Moe stepped down from his role with Virginia after over six years of service in January 2022. In April 2022, transportation IT chief Robert Osmond was appointed to the CIO role.

During Moe’s time with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency, he made strides like overseeing the end of a 12-year contract with Northrop Grumman, modernized procurement processes and established performance metrics for the IT agency’s services.

His service took place under the leadership of two governors: Ralph Northam and Terry McAuliffe.

Prior to his experience with the commonwealth, Moe served as CIO of the U.S. House of Representatives and as a U.S. Navy submarine officer.

With Iron Bow Technologies, Moe will be bringing his public-sector expertise to support organizations in this space.

“This role is an exciting opportunity to support my peers and ensure the technology used by our customers will directly benefit both their users and constituents,” said Moe in the announcement.