Gina Garza, chief information officer at the Internal Revenue Service, will step down from the role at the end of May, Federal News Network reported Tuesday. A spokeswoman from the agency announced Garza's impending retirement. Nancy Sieger, deputy CIO for filing season and tax reform at IRS, will succeed Garza in the role.
Garza joined IRS in 1983 and held various roles in the agency's information technology department including the position of deputy CIO for operations. She assumed the role of CIO in 2016 and helped manage technological deployments to support the Affordable Care Act, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.