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Wednesday, 24 October 2007 06:33

NSW gets a new CIO

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The NSW Government has appointed Emmanuel Rodriguez to the position of NSW Government chief information officer. He will take up the role in November.

NSW minister for commerce Eric Roozendaal, said he had been selected following an international search and subsequent recruitment process from a large field of candidates. He was most recently CIO - Asia Pacific for Prudential Corporation Asia.

Department of Commerce director general, John Lee, said Rodriguez had impressed the selection panel with his communications and leadership credentials and his strong business development background in the financial and services sectors. "We face difficult issues, particularly around the requirements of e-government, and more importantly front-line service requirements," Roozendaal said.

A key priority will be to ensure that, 'People First' - the NSW Government's ICT strategic plan, delivers it goals. "People First is at a crucial phase of its implementation and a strong and experienced leader is essential to drive the strategy forward and deliver the $565 million of targeted savings," said Roozendaal.

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