Locatis, Osborn stepping down from posts

There were two notable federal technology personnel moves on Thursday.

First, Michael Locatis, assistant secretary of the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications at the Department of Homeland Security, will leave effective on Friday, in a story reported by Federal News Radio.

Bobbie Stempfley, who served in that role before Locatis joined the agency, will replace Locatis, the former chief information officer at the Department of Energy, on an interim basis. Locatis served for nine months.

Also, Bob Osborn, CIO of the National Nuclear Security Administration, is retiring as of Friday, according to Information Week.


Osborn joined NNSA as its CIO in January of 2011 following 26 years in the Marine Corps.

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