Lois van Waardenberg resigns as head of business information and technology services at Z Energy after nearly two years in the role.\nShe is also a director at Writer's Diet,an editing software provider, which she helped set up more than three years ago.\nZ Energy is currently recruiting for a new CIO.\nPeter Jameson is back in New Zealand as senior project manager at the New Zealand Transport Agency. Before this, he spent eight months in the UK as senior technical project manager at Somerset County Council.\nCraig Parnham is now CEO of Sush Mobile. Sulabh Sharmalt;\/bgt; andlt;bgt; Sheenu Chawla,who started Sush Mobile in 2011, have stepped down and will work with Parnham through the transition. Parnham was former head of mobility at Finzsoft Group, which acquired mobile app developer Sush.\n\nIT lawyer Jennie Vickers has been awarded the Baldwins Law and Information Technology Prize. The prize is awarded annually to the student achieving the highest marks in LAWCOMM 426 (Law and Information Technology) at the University of Auckland. The award was established in 1997 and now carries the name of Baldwins, the Intellectual Property Lawyers who finance it.\n\nVickers is a regular contributor to CIO New Zealand and is ANZ director for the International Association for Commercial amp; Contract Management.\nSend news tips and comments to email@example.com\nFollow Divina Paredes on Twitter: @divinap\nFollow CIO New Zealand on Twitter:@cio_nz\nSign up for CIO newsletters for regular updates on CIO news, views and events.\nJoin us on Facebook.