Bush nominates O'Neill as new EPA CIO

President Bush has tapped Molly O'Neill to serve as the Environmental Protection Agency's assistant administrator for the Office of Environmental Information, replacing Kim Nelson, who left the agency late last year.

O'Neill is currently the state director for the Environmental Council of States' National Environmental Information Exchange Network, a jointly governed initiative between EPA and state governmental agencies that shares and exchanges data over the Internet.

Before joining ECOS, O'Neill was an environmental consultant for 14 years, working on organizational and performance assessments, measures, business process re-engineering, and large-scale information management system implementation projects.

She received a bachelor's degree in biology from Virginia Tech.

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