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Minnesota IT Selects New Chief Business Technology Officer

The agency revealed its selection of Kimberly Maturo-Hilt as chief business technology officer via Twitter and LinkedIn earlier today. Maturo-Hilt has both public- and private-sector experience.

Minnesota IT Services (MNIT) has chosen Kimberly Maturo-Hilt as its new chief business technology officer.

The agency tweeted the news earlier today, stating that Maturo-Hilt's work will focus on helping the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs with technology solutions.

Before joining MNIT, Maturo-Hilt was CIO of the Minnesota Lottery.

According to a LinkedIn announcement from MNIT, Maturo-Hilt has also held various positions in the private sector, working in areas as diverse as pharmaceuticals, industrial recycling, third-party logistics and agriculture.