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FCW : March 15, 2013
10 March 15, 2013 FCW.COM Trending VA CIO Roger Baker stepping down Department of Veterans Affairs CIO Roger Baker is leaving public service. He made the announcement in an internal memo to the VA IT depart- ment. A source told FCW that Baker plans to move to the private sector. In his dual role as CIO and assistant secretary for infor- mation and technology, Baker has managed a $3.3 billion organization with more than 7,500 IT professionals. When he joined VA in 2009, he said he and Secretary Eric Shinseki agreed VA should rst "renovate IT and then use IT to renovate the department. " From 1998 to 2001, Baker was CIO at the Commerce Department. He has also served as CEO and presi- dent of Dataline, a Virginia-based IT services and integration company; CIO at General Dynamics Information Technology; and executive vice presi- dent and general manager at CACI International. --- Camille Tuutti Peter Levin to leave VA Peter Levin announced he is stepping down from his post as chief technology of cer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, effective March 1. Levin has spearheaded innovations in veterans' health and ben- e t services at VA and was instrumental in launching the Blue Button initiative, which enables veterans to manage and share their per- sonal health data. During his earlier career in private industry, Levin co- founded and led a semicon- ductor design software rm and was a partner at a Germany-based venture capital rm. He has co-written more than 50 articles on topics such as cyber- security and computer modeling and simulations. --- Camille Tuutti SBA leader to step down Karen Mills has resigned as adminis- trator of the Small Business Admin- istration but will stay on until a suc- cessor is con rmed. "I asked Karen to lead the Small Business Administration because I knew she had the skills and expe- rience to help America's small businesses recover from the worst economic crisis in generations --- and that's exactly what she's done, " President Barack Obama said in a statement. He added that in the past four years, Mills has reduced paperwork and made it easier for small compa- nies to join the federal marketplace. In 2012, the president raised SBA to a Cabinet-level agency. --- Matthew Weigelt GSA gains a CFO Michael Casella will become chief nancial of cer at the General Services Administration. He has been director of USAID's Of ce of Budget and Resource Management since 2010. He replaces Alison Doone, who has accepted a position as deputy CFO at the Energy Department after a six-month detail at the Partnership for Public Service. Gary Grippo has been lling in as acting CFO. --- Matthew Weigelt FCW INSIDER Peter Levin 12% is the average annual rate of senior executive turnover in large organizations, CEB research has found.
March 30, 2013