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North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley Names Hoffman Deputy CIO

Effective immediately, Greg Hoffman, the finance director of North Dakota's IT department, will serve as the state's deputy CIO. Hoffman has close to 20 years of experience, having joined the department in 2005.

An aerial view of the North Dakota state Capitol building on a sunny day.
Today, North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley named Greg Hoffman deputy chief information officer of the state’s Information Technology Department.

Hoffman brings about 20 years of experience to the role, most recently serving as the department’s finance director and director of administrative services.

Hoffman first joined the organization in 2005, which has allowed him to gain knowledge in a number of areas. He understands contract negotiation, IT procurement and purchasing, accounting, records management and legislative relationships, Riley stated.

“He has interacted with every operational area in IT and his extensive experience within state government makes him an asset to NDIT," Riley said in a release. "I am honored that he has decided to take on this challenge."

Hoffman takes the new role immediately.  His job responsibilities include assisting the CIO, prioritizing customer experience across the organization, improving operations on a continuous basis and maintaining the CIO's continuity of vision throughout the department.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to continue leading team NDIT as we focus on working towards providing world-class technology services,” Hoffman shared in a release. “As deputy CIO, I hope to expand the focus of meeting our customer needs and partnering with customers to recognize the value technology can bring to their lines of business.”