Department of Defense CIO to retire
After 31 years of government service, Rob Carey, the Defense Department’s Principal Deputy Chief Information Officer, has decided to leave for the private sector. “It has been a privilege and honor to serve you, the department and the nation as I have. While my civilian career was interrupted twice by mobilizations, once for Operation Desert Shield/Storm and then a few years ago by Operation Iraqi Freedom, I considered it an honor to be able to wear the cloth of the nation during a time of crisis,” said Carey.
“Under his leadership, the DoD has focused on many important issues, including a focus on strategic communications solutions to ensure warfighters have access to information from any device, at anytime and under any conditions, which is what Trinity is all about,” said Barry Sawayer, CEO at Trinity Video Communications. “We look forward to working with the DoD’s new leadership as they address future mission critical communications issues,” said Sawayer.
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