Chief Technology Officer
Nancy Sieger to Serve as Chief Technology Officer at Treasury Department
The Department of the Treasury has named Nancy Sieger as chief technology officer. She is currently the chief information officer of the Internal Revenue Service, a Treasury Department component, where she is responsible for all of the agency’s information technology systems.
Sieger will be replaced in an acting capacity by Jeff King, the current Treasury Department deputy CIO.
An IRS veteran, she was CIO on an acting basis until her appointment in February 2022. Before that, Sieger served as deputy CIO for filing season and tax reform, acting deputy CIO for operations and associate CIO for applications development, FedScoop reported Wednesday.
According to her LinkedIn profile, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Maryland.
In July 2022, Sieger spoke on the use of COVID-19 relief funds to accelerate IT system modernization at the IRS. She told MeriTalk that the funds obtained from the American Rescue Plan allowed the agency “to potentially double” efforts from fiscal year 2022 onwards and speed toward the completion of projects such as upgrades to the Individual Master File.
Category: Federal Civilian
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