|Election-year uncertainty may stall new state technology agency|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
TALLAHASSEE — Florida soon will have a new agency to handle state government’s information technology, but a chief information officer may not come along till next year.
The reason? Floridians will vote for governor in November, and the head of the new Agency for State Technology is an executive-branch appointee.
Doug Robinson, executive director of the nonpartisan National Association of State Chief Information Officers, said Florida should expect to see a placeholder agency head at first.
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