“The Small Business Administration didn’t wait long to name a new chief information officer. Keith Bluestein is coming back to SBA to take over for Maria Roat.”
“Bluestein, who served as SBA’s deputy CIO and acting CIO for about 17 months starting in 2015, is coming over from NASA where he was the associate CIO for enterprise services and integration (ES&I) for the past three-plus years.”
“Keith Bluestein is going to be the new CIO at the Small Business Administration.”
“Sources confirmed Bluestein starts at SBA on June 8…”
“Roat, who had been SBA’s CIO since 2016, is now the federal deputy CIO at the Office of Management and Budget. She started at the end of May.”
“Bluestein is no stranger to SBA having held the acting CIO role before Roat joined the agency. During his first tenure, Bluestein kicked off several IT modernization initiatives, including the use of Office 365 in the cloud and network and data center modernization efforts.” Read the full article here.
Source: SBA to bring back Bluestein as new CIO – By Jason Miller, June 3, 2020. Federal News Network.