When the FBI set out to hire a new CIO, the agency sought someone who had political savvy and financial know-how, and offered the chance to help in the war on terrorism. The catch?the pay is far less than in the private sector. (See "Hero Wanted, Cheap," at www.cio.com\/printlinks.)Perhaps divine inspiration played a part in the search. FBI Director Robert S. Mueller on July 8 tapped Darwin A. John, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints\u2019 top IT executive since 1990, as the bureau\u2019s new CIO. The Salt Lake City-based church is renowned for its Familysearch.org website that lets visitors examine their genealogy from a database of 900 million names. Mueller hopes his new CIO can bring some of that knowledge management prowess to Washington.