Plus: Forbes.com and Sunrocket hire their first CIOs\u00a0 LaVerne Council begins her new job as VP and CIO of Johnson & Johnson on June 5. Council, 44, replaces JoAnn Heffernan Heisen who was recently named Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer and reports to Robert Darretta, J&J\u2019s vice chairman and CFO. Council comes to the New Brunswick, N.J.-based healthcare products manufacturer from Dell where she most recently served as its global vice president for information technology, global business solutions and development services. Prior to Dell, she led Ernst & Young\u2019s global supply chain strategy practice as a partner. Ernie Park left his post as corporate senior vice president and CIO at Maytag to join bed manufacturer Select Comfort. He starts his new job with the bed manufacturer on May 30. Park replaces Mike Thyken in the CIO role at Select Comfort; Thyken was recently named vice president of process development at Minneapolis based company. At Maytag, Park led the transformation and realignment of the IT department and implemented a combination of lean manufacturing and Six Sigma. Prior to Maytag, Park was Honeywell\u2019s vice president and CIO of global business services. Swift (The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunicatoin) CIO Joe Eng (pictured at left) is leaving the financial services company as of July 1, 2006. Eng\u2019s deputy, Michael Fish, will succeed him as CIO.\u00a0 Eng, who is credited with the development of Swift\u2019s advanced IP-based messaging platform which won a CIO 100 award in 2005, does not yet have another job lined up. His immediate plans, according to a press release announcing his resignation, are to play \u201cMister Mom\u201d with his family and scope out his next challenge. Government Technology reported yesterday that Computer Associates hired Gino Menchini, the former CIO of New York City, to serve as its North American public sector vice president in charge of increasing the company\u2019s business in federal, state and local government. Menchini served as the Big Apple\u2019s CIO during the September 11 recovery effort, the black out of 2003 and the 2005 transit strike. Forbes.com hired Raymond Ouellette as its first CIO.\u00a0 Ouellette is responsible for overseeing Forbes.com\u2019s infrastructure and engineering systems.\u00a0 He reports to Michael Smith, the content provider\u2019s VP and general manager. Ouellette most recently worked for Thomson Media as its CTO. He joined Thomson Media in 2000 as its EVP of technology.SunRocket also recently hired its first CIO.\u00a0 Robert Kramer joined the internet phone service provider from America Online where as senior vice president of business technologies he managed the organization responsible for the design, development and certification of all server-based business applications that operated AOL\u2019s consumer services. \u00a0Prior to AOL, Kramer was president of audible.com. R. Thomas Burge joined Colonial BancGroup as its new EVP and CIO. Burge most recently worked for Regions Financial, which he joined after his previous company, Union Planters, was acquired by Regions in 2004. During the acquisition, he oversaw the integration of Union Planter\u2019s systems with Regions\u2019.