U.S. Chief Technology Officer Expected To Leave Position, Move to Calif. To Recruit Federal IT Workers
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park, who spearheaded several federal health IT initiatives, reportedly will step down from his position by the end of the year. According to sources, Park made the decision to step down as White House CTO to move his family back to California, where he is expected to take on a new White House role to recruit top IT talent to work for the federal government. Park's departure has not yet been confirmed by the Obama administration.
- "Todd Park Stepping Down as U.S. Chief Technology Officer, Returning to Silicon Valley" (Tahir, Modern Healthcare, 8/22).
- "U.S. CTO Stepping Down" (Hochmuth, FCW, 8/22).