Here\u2019s a round-up of IT execs who\u2019ve been promoted or moved to new companies over the past week\u2026Barclays is banking on Dominic Trotta as its new CIO.\u00a0 Trotta comes to Barclays from Citibank, where he was in charge of global technology for its retail business.\u00a0 Before Citibank, he worked for Chase and American Express in senior IT leadership positions.\u00a0 Trotta takes over from interim CIO Mike Foley, who will become Barclays\u2019 chief administrative officer.\u00a0 Neil Singer connected with Atlanta-based home relocation services provider Allconnect as its new EVP and CIO. In the process, he relocated from LandAmerica Financial Group where he served as SVP of e-strategy and president of the Richmond, Va.-based company\u2019s mortgage processing venture. Prior to LandAmerica, he was Chief Technology Officer at Homebytes, Inc and led the e-commerce development team that made homebytes.com an award winning, fully interactive, nationwide resource for real estate consumers. He has also worked for Cendant\u2019s real estate division and for GE Capital Consumer Financial Services in senior level IT leadership positions.\u00a0 Sarah Miller continues to move up the food chain at food distributor Nash Finch.\u00a0 She was promoted from vice president of business processes and retail services\u2014a position she\u2019s held since 2003\u2014to SVP and CIO.\u00a0 Miller reports to Ron Marshall, CEO of the Edina, Minn.-based company, who said in the press release announcing her promotion that she\u2019s been instrumental in driving technical improvements and reducing costs company-wide by improving business processes across the company since she joined it six years ago.\u00a0 \nKatherine Bloomfield cashed in on her 20 years of technology and operations experience when Cash Systems hired her as its new CIO earlier this week.\u00a0 She joined the company, which provides ATMs, check cashing services and cash advance systems to casinos, from Visionshare. As Visionshare\u2019s vice president of operations, Bloomfield was responsible for technical operations, product development and support, and business and information systems. Prior to joining Visionshare in 2003, she spent four years as vice president of technical operations at Stellent.\u00a0 Prior to Stellent, Bloomfield was a principal consultant at PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Art Lofton is flying high at Northrop Grumman.\u00a0 He was promoted to vice president and CIO of the defense contractor\u2019s Integrated Systems sector.\u00a0 Most recently, Lofton served as deputy program manager of long range strike for Integrated Systems.\u00a0 He has also served as Integrated Systems\u2019 director of rapid development and production processes and as its director of strategic planning.\u00a0 He joined Northrop Grumman in 1990 after working for both Williams International and General Motors.