Ramos tapped to be California's top state IT official

Carlos Ramos has been chosen as secretary of the California Technology Agency, the state's CIO, Matt Williams writes in Government Technology. Ramos must be confirmed by the state senate.

Ramos, 48, has worked for more than two decades for state agencies, and from 2006 to 2008 he ran the Office of System Integration that manages the state Health and Human Services Agency's IT programs, the story said.

Ramos would replace Teri Takai, who left the state government to be CIO of the Defense Department, the article noted.

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