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The following public sector IT positions are open and applications are being accepted. NASCIO posts these employment opportunities as a service for its members and the IT community. To submit a job opening, contact Shawn Vaughn, NASCIO Membership and Communications Coordinator, at svaughn@NASCIO.org.

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  • Chief Information Officer
    City of Boston
    Posted: 03-21-14
    Closing Date:
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  • Chief Information Officer
    Washington State Department of Corrections
    State of Washington (Tumwater, WA)
    Posted: 03-18-14
    Closing Date: April 6, 2014
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  • Chief Information Officer
    Oregon Health Authority-Director's Office
    State of Oregon
    Posted: 03-06-14
    Closing Date: Open until filled/First review March 19
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  • Director of IT
    City of Santa Cruz
    California
    Posted: 02-18-14
    Closing Date: March 21, 2014
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  • Strategic Projects Manager
    Consolidated Technology Services
    Olympia, Washington
    Posted: 02-10-14
    Closing Date: Continuous
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  • Assistant Director
    Consolidated Technology Services
    Olympia, Washington
    Posted: 02-04-14
    Closing Date: Continuous
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  • Systems Development Services - STAR Project
    Department of Administration Division of Enterprise Technology
    State of Wisconsin
    Posted: 12-05-13
    Closing Date: Applications will be accepted until the needs of the agency are met.
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