Former Windows Server Director now the U.S. Chief of Information Technology

August 4, 2011
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via ZDNet

Steven VanRoekel, a 15-year Microsoft veteran, has been appointed as the U.S. Chief of Information Technology.

VanRoekel is replacing Vivek Kundra, the first U.S. CIO, who announced plans in June to become a joint fellow at the Kennedy School and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard.

VanRoekel left Microsoft in 2009. At that time he was Senior Director of Windows Server. He also had served as a Director of Web Servvices; and a speech and strategy assistant to then CEO Bill Gates. His first job at Microsoft was as a premier support and presales technical advisor.

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