Sec. Michael G. Leahy named Secretary/Treasurer of NASCIO

​​For immediate release:

September 19, 2019
Contact: Patrick Mulford 410-697-9495

Crownsville, MD - The Maryland Department of Information Technology is proud to announce that Secretary Michael G. Leahy has been elected as the Secretary/Treasurer for the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO). This position is part of NASCIO’s recently elected Executive Committee. NASCIO’s mission is to foster government excellence through leadership of quality business practices, information management and technology policy.

Secretary Leahy has been on the Board of Directors for NASCIO for the past two years and has been an active member since taking over as Maryland’s Chief Information Officer.

“It is an honor to be able to serve as the Secretary/Treasurer for such an important association,” said Secretary Leahy. “NASCIO’s role in supporting technology leadership throughout the country has been vital in the growth information technology best practices and innovations.”

According to the NASCIO website “the Executive Committee is the elected governance body of NASCIO and is responsible for directing, through executive management, the general business of the Association. The general duties of the Executive Committee include strategic planning, establishing membership policy, dues; and approving the annual budget and business work plan of the Association.“​

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