STATE PROFILES | Hawaii
Todd NacapuyChief Information Officer
Office of Information Management and Technology
Year Appointed: 2015
BiographyAppointed by Governor David Y. Ige in April 2015, Todd Nacapuy formally stepped into the role of the State of Hawai‘i’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) on May 4, 2015.
As Hawai‘i’s CIO, Nacapuy leads the Office of Information Management and Technology (OIMT) and oversees the Information and Communication Services Division (ICSD) of the Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS). Priorities for his technology team include ensuring that the right systems are in place to make state government more efficient and effective. He brings to the task a breadth and depth of experience in application development, vendor selection and management, and infrastructure acquisition, as well as project management, reengineering, enterprise-wide implementation IT strategy and systems planning, and corporate strategy.
Before joining the Ige Administration,
Nacapuy was the senior technical account
manager responsible for all Premier
Commercial services for Microsoft in
Hawai‘i. Prior to that, as a senior
infrastructure specialist for EDS, he led
efforts to monitor and optimize all Web
services within the Navy and Marine Corps
network for the Pacific.
IT Procurement Responsibility:
State Procurement Office
Special Projects: IT Governance, IT Architecture