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California Privacy Protection Agency

The stakes are high: The rules under consideration will determine corporate access to lucrative personal information about people. No other state, nor the federal government, has an agency devoted solely to enforcing privacy laws.
Departments are seeking a chief information officer, a branch chief and a product owner.
“The CIO organizes, directs, and evaluates the activities of IT staff and contractors,” the job posting says. “A key focus is supporting the agency in achieving strategic and tactical outcomes through the interactions between architecture, projects, vendors, and state teams.”
The California departments of Finance and Veterans Affairs, and the new California Privacy Protection Agency are seeking to hire IT managers and a deputy director.