Updated November 12, 2020
“Chris Chilbert, the chief information officer for the Office of Inspector General in the Department of Health and Human Services, is leaving to be the new lead technology executive at the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB)…” Read the full article here.
Source: Chilbert to be CIO at CFPB, Sritapan moves to DHS cyber shared services office – By Jason Miller, November 10, 2020. Federal News Network
G2X TAKE: Following our report last week of his planned departure, it appears the cat is out of the bag. Chris is moving over to serve as CIO for the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB). We are certain that more than a few will be reaching out to offer congratulations and their support as he takes on this new challenge.
Posted November 6, 2020
G2X TAKE: Chris Chilbert, armed with perspective gained over the past 5 years leading the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General’s efforts to employ modern technology and practices to fight waste, fraud, and abuse in Federal Healthcare spending, and experience overseeing the modernization of legacy networking, computing, mobile, and software infrastructure in support of the Agency’s mission, has announced he is taking on a new challenge.
In announcing the move Chris shared: “After five years at HHS OIG, I have accepted a position as CIO of another agency-it was a hard decision to leave, but I’m excited about the new opportunity. This announcement is for my current position. HHS OIG is a fantastic place to work, and there is a great team in place. I have tremendous respect for the work of HHS OIG and would highly recommend anyone looking for a federal CIO job consider applying.” See the post here.
Chris has not publicly announced his new role at this time. There will be more to come as he releases details.
Prior roles include:
- Chief Information Officer – HHS Office of Inspector General
- Chief Enterprise Architect – DHS
- Senior Manager – BearingPoint