Nebraska’s Chief Information Officer set to retire

Nebraska’s Chief Information Officer set to retire
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January 15th, 2024 | News Release

The State of Nebraska is now on the hunt for a new Chief Information Officer.

Governor Jim Pillen late last week announced the retirement of Ed Toner, whose last day in the post will be February 16.

Pillen thanked Toner for his years of service to the people of the State of Nebraska and wished him well in future endeavors.

A national search, undertaken by the executive search firm Ford Webb Associates, will begin immediately for a new CIO.

Deputy Information Officer Mark Neemann will serve as interim CIO until Pillen appoints Toner’s replacement.

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