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Donna Roy to Leave DHS for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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Donna Roy
Donna Roy

Donna Roy, executive director at the Department of Homeland Security’s Information Sharing and Services Office, will leave DHS to join the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. She will serve as CFPB’s chief information officer starting Nov. 10, according to an emailed announcement.

“I feel privileged to have worked with so many talented and hardworking federal servants and under the leadership of so many different yet dedicated CIOs over the years,” Roy wrote in her email.

Roy began her tenure with DHS 13 years ago to lead the department’s Enterprise Data Management Office. She also contributed military service as a former U.S. marine. The executive also formerly held information technology-related roles with Transamerica Real Estate and the government’s Geological Survey.

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