Army CIO Campbell to retire

Army CIO Campbell to retire

Lt. Gen. William H. Campbell, the Army's chief information officer, will retire in July after 38 years in the service.

Campbell is the service's director of information systems for command, control, communications and computers. He said he would seek a job in industry.

'I never dreamed that my three-year tour would turn into 38 years,' Campbell said.

'I have done virtually everything I had hoped to do in the information technology field, from hands-on operations to frontline management, management of major programs, and then systems architecture and CIO for the Army.'

Campbell said he stayed in the service because job satisfaction, opportunities and responsibilities 'overshadowed whatever wealth I could have gotten in the civilian work force.'

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