US Army recruits former MHS and CMS/Healthcare.gov leader as its first civilian Chief Information Officer

Raj Iyer, armed with over 25 years of professional experience leading technology and business transformation in both the private sector and Government, to include experience serving in senior leadership and advisory roles across the Federal Civilian and Military Health sector, has announced he will be taking on a new challenge as the first civilian CIO of the United States Army.

In announcing the move Raj noted: “Dear Friends, This is my last week at Deloitte! Leaving the firm has been the toughest decision I have had to make in my 25-year professional career. I have cherished every minute of my 6 years with the firm alongside awesome leaders and great minds, and a culture that is simply the best….I will be starting my new career journey as the first civilian CIO of the United States Army leading a $10 Billion, 15,000-person global IT organization. This move was not one that I had planned, but the call for public service is my duty. It’s also an exciting opportunity to put technology front and center to Army modernization leveraging cloud, AI and data analytics to achieve digital overmatch against our adversaries. I am confident our paths will cross in the future.” Read the post here.

Prior roles include:

  • Managing Director, Government and Public Services – Deloitte
  • Senior Technology Advisor, Healthcare.gov – US Department of Health and Human Services
  • Director – Information Services Design & Development Group, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services
  • Chief Technology Officer (CTO) – U.S. Army Materiel Command
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