DHS official to leave for private sector

Sarah Jane League will step down as a special assistant for infrastructure and information assurance with the Homeland Security Department next week to begin work with an IT company.

League will oversee the DHS business unit of G&B Solutions Inc. of McLean, Va., beginning Tuesday, the company said in a news release.

The move ends a 36-year career in federal service for League, who before joining DHS served as the CIO of the Defense Information Systems Agency. In her most recent post, she worked in the office of the National Communications System, within DHS' Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection Directorate.

League, a member of the Senior Executive Service, also worked in a variety of other IT, security and management assignments and has held prominent positions within the federal IT community, including president of the Government IT Executive Council.

She will direct G&B's information and infrastructure assurance services, the company said.

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