Army splitting CIO/G-6 into two offices to focus on cloud architecture

By Ashley Tressel / July 16, 2020 at 4:46 PM
The Army has decided to realign the chief information officer/G-6 position into two separate positions by Aug. 31 in a move to "bring cloud architecture into the Army," the service's secretary said today. The secretary and chief of staff of the Army announced the move last month, according to an Army news release . "The CIO will be the principal advisor to the secretary on information resource management, information technology, and their effects on warfighting capabilities," the release states. "To...

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