FBI names new CTO

The FBI recently named former Hewlett-Packard Co. executive Justin Lindsey as its new chief technology officer, sources in the bureau said.

Lindsey will lead a planning office within the organization of CIO Darwin John, the sources said.

The planning office is adding details to the bureau's proposed enterprise architecture, which now exists only in outline. Previously, FBI IT officials had been studying the systems the bureau already has in place.

An FBI source said the bureau has completed the vision that will underpin the enterprise architecture.

The bureau's CIO office does not have line authority over FBI IT operations, but oversees information architecture and investment planning, sources said.

Lindsey was not immediately available for comment and the bureau itself did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

Lindsey started his new job within the last three weeks, sources said.


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