Debra Stouffer becomes the first EPA CTO

Debra Stouffer last week became the Environmental Protection Agency's first chief technology officer.

Stouffer earlier this month finished a 90-day detail with the Office of Management and Budget. She previously was deputy CIO at the Housing and Urban Development Department, a job she had held since May 1999.

At OMB, Stouffer led the development of an architecture plan for the 24 e-government initiatives.

In her new CTO position, Stouffer will set her priorities on enterprise architecture, capital planning and project management efforts, and assess the use of new and emerging technologies at EPA.

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