Liam Maxwell named as first ever government chief technology officer

Sooraj Shah
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Former deputy CIO will report to Mike Bracken

Former deputy chief information officer (CIO) Liam Maxwell has been appointed as the government's first ever chief technology officer (CTO) in a Whitehall IT shake-up. Maxwell will now report to...

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