“Camilo Jamie Sandoval, most recently Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Senior Advisor for the Office of the Secretary at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.) in Washington D.C., has been appointed as the President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for MCI, a high tech data-driven business process outsourcing (BPO) and digital experience provider (DXP) based in Iowa City, IA. Mr. Sandoval comes to MCI as a proven multifaceted industry leader with over 20 years of information and technology experience driving growth, leading innovation and delivering breakthrough business performance across multiple disciplines…”
“Camilo was appointed by the VA Secretary to serve as the executive-in-charge and Chief Information Officer for the Office of Information and Technology and later the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and was recognized for leading the transformation of the federal government’s second-largest IT department with 8,000 technologists and a $4.5 Billion annual budget into a customer-driven, results-oriented digital organization that serves over 380,000 VA employees and 9 million enrolled Veterans. Prior to the VA, he was appointed by the White House to serve as the Senior White House Advisor for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, where he successfully assisted with the confirmation process of the 77th United States Secretary of the Treasury.”
“I am excited to join MCI’s talented executive team and enhancing the existing breadth of MCI’s technology service offering in North America. I believe we are very well positioned from a financial and strategic standpoint to grow in new markets and create value for our clients by investing in our data-driven and technology infrastructure. I look forward to becoming part of the MCI family and placing a high degree of emphasis on the next generation of customer experience solutions across our BPO and DXP markets,” Said Camilo Sandoval, President and CIO of MCI…” Read the full press release here.
Source: MCI appoints former Senior White House Advisor and Veterans Affairs C-Level Executive Camilo Sandoval as President and Chief Information Officer – November 11, 2019. Globe Newswire.