OMB’s Lisa Schlosser Takes Interim OPM Senior Adviser, CIO Roles; Beth Cobert Comments

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US office of personnel managementLisa Schlosser, deputy federal chief information officer at the Office of Management and Budget, has taken the temporary roles of senior adviser and CIO at the Office of Personnel Management, FedScoop reported Thursday.

Greg Otto writes Schlosser succeeds acting CIO Dave Vargas and former full-time CIO Donna Seymour, who retired in February.

Schlosser will take over OPM’s cybersecurity activities as Vargas returns to his duties as associate CIO.

OPM Director Beth Cobert said in an internal memo obtained by FedScoop that Schlosser “brings a wealth of cross-government experience and a deep understanding of the challenges we face.”

Margie Graves, principal deputy CIO at the Department of Homeland Security, will serve as acting deputy administrator at OMB’s Office of E-Government and IT while Schlosser is at OPM, the report said.

DHS NextGen Executive Director Jeanne Etzel will be Graves’ temporary replacement at the agency, Otto reports.

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