by Meridith Levinson

Nasdaq’s CIO takes a job with Citigroup

Nov 30, 20051 min

Today’s entry is all about CIOs who will soon be leaving or have recently left their jobs. 

Nasdaq’s CIO Steve Randich accepted a job with Citigroup as CIO of its corporate and investment banking division.  His last day with Nasdaq will be December 9.  Nasdaq’s Senior Vice President Anna Ewing will assume Randich’s responsibilities when he leaves.  Randich joined the securities market in 2000 as CTO and was named CIO the following year. 

The Environmental Protection Agency is also losing its CIO, according to Federal Computer Week. Kim Nelson is leaving her post after the new year to join Microsoft in the newly created position of executive director of e-government.

A reader wrote me yesterday to see if I knew where Mike Hugos disappeared to.  Hugos most recently worked for Network Services as its CIO. He’s also the author of Essentials of Supply Chain Management and several of CIO’s Peer to Peer columns.  Mike, if you’re reading this, let us know where you are and what you’re doing.