Washington (Feb. 2, 2004) -- As part of its efforts to improve and use technology more effectively, the Securities and Exchange Commission has tapped R. Corey Booth to oversee the agency’s information technology initiatives.
As SEC chief information officer and director of the Office of Information Technology, Booth, 33, will oversee a comprehensive review of all of the agency’s IT efforts and will lead the development of a multi-year strategic plan designed to support the new initiatives needed to enhance the agency's programs.
Booth noted that the implementation of an enterprise architecture that will enable coordination between SEC divisions and offices will be a key issue.
He most recently served an associate principal of McKinsey & Co.'s business technology office in Chicago.
-- WebCPA staff
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