New Jersey's CIO resigns

New Jersey's CIO resigns

Judith Teller will resign from her post as New Jersey CIO on Dec. 31.

Gov. James McGreevey appointed Teller as the state's IT chief in January. Besides her duties as CIO, Teller was on the board of directors for the intergovernmental Geospatial One Stop committee as a representative of the National Association of State CIOs. The committee is working on spatial data collection and classifications standards for use by federal, state and local governments.

Before becoming New Jersey's CIO, Teller worked for Accenture LLP of Chicago for 27 years, specializing in state and local IT. Her clients at Accenture included New York City, Philadelphia, Fairfax County, Va., and New Jersey. She is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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