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Small Business Administration [WASHINGTON] announced the appointment of Maria A. Roat to serve as SBA’s Chief Information Officer. Roat joins the SBA from the U.S. Department of Transportation where she served as Chief Technology Officer since August 2014. Prior to the Department of Transportation, Roat served a decade at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in a number of capacities, including Federal Risk Management and Authorization Program (FedRAMP) Director, FEMA Deputy CIO, Chief of Staff for the DHS CIO, USCIS Chief Information Security Officer and CIO Chief of Staff, and Deputy Director, Technology Development, for TSA’s Secure Flight Program. Roat was previously with the U.S. Navy Medical Information Management Command, Norfolk, and other Navy Commands, serving in the areas of enterprise network management and engineering and IT operations. She retired from the Navy in 2007 with 26 years of active duty and reserve service, in which she obtained the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer, Information Systems Technician.
Bentley Systems, Incorporated [EXTON, Pa.] announced that Claire Rutkowski has joined Bentley as chief information office. Ms. Rutkowski comes to Bentley from MWH Global where she served as chief information officer. Rutkowski joined MWH in 1998 and served in several global and regional leadership positions during her career.