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HUD CIO Lisa Schlosser to join to EPA

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schlosserThe DorobekInsider has confirmed that HUD CIO Lisa Schlosser will join the Environmental Protection Agency on Dec. 22. She will oversee the Office of Information Collection. We have been hearing discussions that she was leaving HUD for some time — and then heard that it was for a non-traditional CIO job. But we have now confirmed that she is going to EPA.

As it is described to me, the office is “very strategic” and it oversees, among other things, the overseas or Central Data Exchange and National Environmental Information Exchange Network and online rule making. It is different from the traditional CIO job.

From EPA OEI — that’s Office of Information Collection — Web site:

OEI is the Agency’s focal point for collecting, managing, providing, and safeguarding environmental information. OEI works in collaboration with our partners and customers to develop and implement innovative EPA collection policies to ensure that information is more efficiently and accuratelycolleted. OEI enables the Agency to protect human health and the environment through informed decisions and actions.

Schlosser has been at HUD since 2005 and she was part of a very focused management team — so much so that they would have regular and focused meetings to discuss the agency’s key issues. Back in 2006, FCW referred to it as HUD’s team effort. Schlosser also served in Iraq as a reservist… and she spoke about that with Jason Miller, then at FCW, now, of course, at Federal News Radio 1500 AM. The story from April 2008 is headlined From CIO to battlefield techie.

After the break… read Schlosser’s bio…
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December 11, 2008 at 12:27 PM

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