Galvan to be CIO at SBA

Stephen Galvan on Monday will assume the post of CIO of the Small Business Administration, he told GCN today.

He will replace former CIO Lawrence Barrett, who retired from the agency's top IT position last month.

Galvan currently is the portfolio manager for internal effectiveness and efficiency for the Office of Management and Budget's 25 Quicksilver e-government projects. SBA is the lead agency for the Business Compliance One-Stop e-government initiative.

He will join Ron Miller, the former CIO of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, who in March was appointed as the senior adviser to the SBA administrator for e-government.

OMB has not identified a replacement on the Quicksilver team for Galvan, said Norman Lorentz, the agency's chief technology officer.


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