Sebelius Reappoints Kansans to Promote Efficient State Government

TOPEKA, Kan. - Governor Kathleen Sebelius has reappointed several Kansans to the Information Technology Executive Council which enhances the way state agencies do business through the coordination of technology resources.

“Using technology, state agencies can function more efficiently and effectively,” Sebelius said. “I appreciate the work of this council as it continues to streamline communications between state agencies and provides direction for how they can continue to incorporate technology to better serve Kansans.”

The following individuals have been reappointed to serve eighteen month terms on the council:

· Department of Labor Secretary Jim Garner, Topeka

· Social and Rehabilitation Services Secretary Don Jordan, Topeka

· Kansas Highway Patrol Colonel Terry Maple, Topeka

· Mark Biswell, Topeka

· John Fitzgerald, Topeka

· Paul Richard Kitch, Wichita

· Dan Strom, Manhattan

· Richard Vogt, Newton

The Information Technology Executive Council is responsible for approval and maintenance of all information technology policies; information technology policies; project management procedures; the statewide technical architecture; and the strategic information management plan for all state agencies.