ICE Seeking Luke McCormack’s Successor for CIO Post

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement is looking for a new chief information officer, according to a recent job board announcement from the agency.

ICE wrote it is looking for someone to succeed Luke McCormack, who recently left to take the CIO position at the Justice Department after serving DHS since 2005.

Applications are due March 2 and compensation for the position will range between $119,554 and $179,900 annually.

The new hire will report directly to Daniel Ragsdale, ICE’s executive associate director of management and administration.

As CIO, they will head the strategic implementation and planning of information technology programs to help ICE meet its enterprise goals.

He or she will also supervise contractor resources, IT programs, system operations, acquisition and budget management.

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