Money to leave Defense CIO post in April

Money to leave Defense CIO post in April

Arthur Money last week confirmed rumors that he will soon leave his post as the Defense Department's chief information officer.

Money was a holdover from the Clinton administration and will be replaced by a Bush appointee who has not been named, DOD spokeswoman Susan Hansen said. Money's last day will be in early to mid-April.

Money, assistant Defense secretary for command, control, communications and intelligence, has not announced further plans, Hansen said. Money became CIO in February 1998.

Before his Pentagon post, he had been the Air Force's CIO and the service's assistant secretary for research, development and acquisition.

'D.S. Onley

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