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Alex Pettit resigned last month as Oregon’s chief information officer, effective June 1. SALEM – Outgoing state Chief Information Officer Alex Pettit has a new job – but he won’t be going far.

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The State of Oregon’s New Phone System Doesn’t Work-And It’s Beginning to Echo Previous Tech Fiascos. Alex Pettit, that day.. That was the tipping point for Pettit, the state’s chief.

Alex Pettit and his daughter, Emma, have a running joke that all he cooks is "angry-man meat.". Pettit came to Oregon on Jan. 6 from Oklahoma, where he served under two governors as that.

Cover Oregon’s interim chief information officer Alex Pettit told a group of state lawmakers Tuesday that despite Oracle’s underperformance in building a functioning health insurance exchange, the.

This video was filmed at the National Association of State chief information officers Midyear Conference on May 4, 2016.

A top cover oregon official, Alex Pettit, said fixing the existing system would be too costly at an estimated $78 million, would take too long to implement, and would be too risky. The state’s site.

Recent Oklahoma transplant alex pettit, Oregon’s chief information officer, told a legislative committee Tuesday Oklahomans refer to a truly disastrous tornado as a "grinder." Cover Oregon, the state.

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[email protected] 503-378-3104: George Naughton Chief Financial Officer [email protected] 503-378-5460 Madilyn Zike Chief Human Resources Officer [email protected] 503-378-3020 Brian DeForest Chief Administrative Officer and Administrator, Enterprise Goods and Services [email protected] 503-378-2168 Terrence Woods

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BY ALEX Z. PETTIT. The people of Oregon entrust public and private institutions with their most sensitive personal and financial information. Oregonians’ expectations of privacy shouldn’t hinge on.

Oregon cio alex pettit discusses what unifying informational security personnel, establishing a state Department of. Alex Pettit says the state should approach IT projects in increments. oregon spring football It was all eyes on Oregon’s 11 early enrollees during spring football practices. Now, the rest of Oregon’s highest-rated class is.

But the federal exchange works and offers certainty that the Oregon exchange did not. board of directors narrowed their options to two: Continue to pursue the in-house technology with a new primary.

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