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Home Office CIO to take on G-Cloud
Denise McDonagh will become director of the project when Chris Chant step down later this month.
The chief information officer (CIO) at the Home Office has been named as the next director of the G-Cloud project.
The information was shared with Cloud Pro by the soon-to-retire director currently in charge, Chris Chant, who announced his resignation this week.
Denise McDonagh is already working alongside Chant to facilitate the handover, but once he retires at the end of this month, she will take the reigns, along with keeping her post at the Home Office.
The G-Cloud team confirmed the appointment on its blog, saying they are delighted with their new boss, but she will have her work cut out for her.
“Denise will keep her existing role at the Home Office – which doesn’t mean to say that G-Cloud is a part time role, only that she’ll be even busier than she is now,” read the blog.
Chant also told Cloud Pro he had full confidence in the new director, adding on a personal note: “You will love her, she is brilliant.”
The G-Cloud was just an idea before the last election, but when Chant got on-board momentum picked up and in February this year the CloudStore was launched, offering cloud applications from a central store to Government departments.
A second iteration of the CloudStore is due this month.