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STATE PROFILES   |   Illinois

Position Vacant-Illinois
Office of the Governor

Year Appointed: 2011


As Chief Information Officer for the State of Illinois, Vinck directs the State’s information technology policies, enterprise-wide IT governance, and supervises the CIOs of executive branch agencies. He is overseeing multiple enterprise-wide technology initiatives, including an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation. Previously, Vinck served as Governor Pat Quinn’s Chief of Intergovernmental Affairs. In addition, Vinck oversaw the Illinois Department of Corrections, where he initiated the modernization of the agency’s Offender Tracking System. He holds a B.A., M.A., and J.D., all from the University of Notre Dame, and is licensed to practice law in Illinois.

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