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David DeVries to Depart OPM CIO Post

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David DeVries

David DeVries, chief information officer at the Office of Personnel Management, will step down from his current role and leave the government in the coming weeks, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

The report said Rob Leahy, deputy chief information officer at OPM, will serve as an interim replacement to DeVries upon his resignation.

DeVries assumed the position in August 2016 and helped modernize the agency’s information technology infrastructure and business systems, consolidated data centers and supported the development of the agency’s cybersecurity posture.

Before OPM, he held the roles of principal deputy CIO, acting CIO and deputy CIO for information enterprise at the Defense Department.

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