Friday August 29, 2014 0 comments
DENVER - The Governor's Office of Information Technology announced it has hired David McCurdy as the state's new chief technology officer.
McCurdy has 17 years of experience as a programmer, system engineer and architect and has spent the last 10 years with Catholic Health Initiatives where he oversaw a 1,000-person IT team.
"My passion is knowing how our work with technology makes a positive difference in the world every day," McCurdy said.
McCurdy will continue OIT's work of enhancing IT systems for state agencies and Colorado residents.
"We are so fortunate to work at an organization that continues to attract people of (McCurdy's) caliber," said Suma Nallapati, the state's chief information officer.
McCurdy will begin his duties at OIT on Sept. 2.