Which CIOs are earning the most? What does a top CIO's total compensation look like? The below chart details 2008 earnings for the top money-makers at public companies.\nMethodology note: This list is based on publicly-filed SEC documents. It represents only CIOs from public companies among the Fortune 1000, where the CIO is one of the company's 5 highest-paid officers.\nThe total compensation figure combines value of stock and options awards, incentive payouts, perks, pension contributions and other compensation.\nFor more background on CIO salaries, see our related story, "Richest CIOs: What's Behind Smaller Bonuses."\nCIO Earnings\n\n\n\n\nTop Technology Executive\nTitle\nCompany\nTotal 2008 Compensation\nSalary\n\n\n\n\nRandall Mott\nEVP, CIO\nHewlett-Packard\n$28,293,134\n$690,000\n\n\nLarry Kittelberger\nSVP Technology and Operations\nHoneywell International\n$8,030,866\n$712,788\n\n\nSam Leno\nEVP Finance and Information Systems, CFO\nBoston Scientific\n$6,321,255\n$621,721\n\n\nSteve Squeri\nEVP Corporate Development and CIO\nAmerican Express\n$6,252,701\n$600,000\n\n\nBill Chenevich\nVice Chairman, Technology and Operations Services\nUS Bancorp\n$5,384,509\n$537,521\n\n\nFranck Moison\nPresident Global Marketing, Supply Chain and Technology\nColgate-Palmolive\n$5,058,159\n$641,667\n\n\nBob DeRodes\nformer EVP, CIO\nHome Depot\n$4,836,618\n$462,769\n\n\nTim Shack\nformer EVP, CIO\nPNC Financial Services Group\n$4,577,332\n$510,000\n\n\nGlen Salow\nEVP Service Delivery and Technology\nAmeriprise Financial\n$4,071,987\n$475,000\n\n\nRandy Darcy*\nEVP Worldwide Technology and Operations\nGeneral Mills\n$3,476,976\n$489,895\n\n\nRobert Willett*\nCIO Best Buy; CEO Best Buy International\nBest Buy\n$3,468,486\n$821,157\n\n\nAnil Kottoor\nSVP, CIO\nWellCare Health Plans\n$3,079,961\n$305,000\n\n\nAnna Ewing\nEVP, Global Software Development and CIO\nNASDAQ OMG Group\n$2,791,709\n$400,000\n\n\nPatrick McNamee\nEVP Operations and Technology\nExpress Scripts\n$2,769,387\n$464,981\n\n\nDeborah Butler\nEVP Planning and CIO\nNorfolk Southern\n$2,723,561\n$435,000\n\n\nMichael Maslowski\nSVP, CIO\nCenturyTel\n$2,672,770\n$353,712\n\n\nGreg Framke\nEVP, Chief Information and Operations Officer\nEtrade Financial\n$2,059,718\n$421,731\n\n\nKenneth Tye\nSr. Exec. VP, CIO\nTotal System Services\n$2,047,126\n$440,013\n\n\nDavid Johns\nSVP, Supply Chain and IT Officer\nOwens Corning\n$1,816,368\n$367,500\n\n\nDavid Kelley\nEVP, CIO\nTD Ameritrade\n$1,792,653\n$300,000\n\n\nThomas Frank\nEVP, CIO\nInteractive Brokers Group\n$1,778,179\n$312,000\n\n\nJenny Bolt\nEVP Operations and Technology\nFranklin Resources\n$1,768,722\n$506,250\n\n\nMichael Cheles\nVP IT\nMEMC Electronic Materials\n$1,745,238\n$237,000\n\n\nRob Autor\nformer EVP, CIO\nSLM\n$1,741,720\n$350,000\n\n\nTim Sullivan\nCorporate EVP, CIO\nSunTrust Banks\n$1,698,634\n$484,067\n\n\nBruce Goodman\nSVP, Chief Service and Information Officer\nHumana\n$1,588,048\n$489,385\n\n\nLisa Bachmann\nSVP Merchandise Planning\/Allocation and CIO\nBig Lots\n$1,572,566\n$436,222\n\n\nJohn Alexander Du Plessis Currie\nEVP, CIO\nBrightpoint\n$1,400,797\n$475,000\n\n\nRichard Flaks\nSVP, Planning, Allocation and IT\nThe Children's Place\n$1,382,189\n$494,497\n\n\nMahvash Yazdi\nSVP, CIO\nEdison International\n$1,228,790\n$394,947\n\n\nCalvin Sihilling\nEVP, CIO\nNash-Finch\n$1,189,392\n$378,866\n\n\nJeanne Moreno\nVP, CIO\nSnap-On\n$1,177,949\n$319,340\n\n\nRaymond Voelker\nCIO\nProgressive\n$1,170,457\n$377,307\n\n\nScott Arvidson\nEVP, CIO\nKansas City Southern\n$1,141,863\n$336,386\n\n\nJoseph Osbourn*\nEVP, CIO\nTech Data\n$1,127,556\n$498,001\n\n\nPierre Samec\nCTO\nExpedia\n$1,070,060\n$350,000\n\n\nKeith Morrow\nSVP, CIO\nBlockbuster\n$1,054,104\n$350,000\n\n\nMichael Relich\nSVP, CIO\nGuess?\n$977,590\n$386,154\n\n\nGregory Tranter\nSVP, CIO\nThe Hanover Insurance Group\n$948,736\n$369,231\n\n\nRichard White\nFormer SVP, CIO\nMPS Group\n$916,176\n$250,000\n\n\nRichard Smith*\nSVP, CIO\nCarMax\n$864,800\n$338,308\n\n\nLawrence DelGatto\nEVP, CIO\nRadian Group\n$845,018\n$300,000\n\n\nKenneth Smith\nSVP, CIO and Human Resources Officer\nPolyOne\n$840,753\n$333,308\n\n\nJon Kerner\nSVP, CIO\nMPS Group\n$837,517\n$250,000\n\n\nLarry Thomas\nVP, CIO\nLandstar Systems\n$808,482\n$206,000\n\n\nDudley Sondeno\nSVP, Chief Knowledge and Technology Officer\nSouthwest Gas\n$792,009\n$272,377\n\n\nPaul G.P. Hoogenboom*\nSVP, Manufacturing and Operations, CIO\nRPM International\n$727,055\n$346,000\n\n\nBruce Marcus\nEVP, CIO\nMcGraw-Hill\n$651,861\n$420,000\n\n\nAllan Lubitz\nSVP, CIO\nMercury General\n$604,708\n$325,000\n\n\nLaurie Douglas\nSVP, CIO\nPublix Super Markets\n$540,093\n$505,600\n\n\nRichard George\nVP, Controller and CIO\nThe Andersons\n$504,100\n$210,885\n\n\nKenneth DeWitt\nVP, CIO\nUnited Rentals\n$459,486\n$205,077\n\n\n\n\nSource: SEC documents. *2009 figures were used when 2008 figures were not available.\nCIO magazine assistant editor Simone Levien contributed research support to this project.\nFollow senior editor Kim S. Nash on Twitter @knash99. Follow everything from CIO.com on Twitter @CIOonline.