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Ciber Appoints Michael Casullo SVP and CIO; Dave Peterschmidt Comments

Ciber has appointed Michael Casullo senior vice president and chief information officer, according to a company release.

Casullo has a three-decade career in the information technology industry, with a background which includes disaster recovery strategies, cloud computing, major application implementations and data center operations.

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“Information technology touches every aspect of our business and, since IT is our business, our CIO needs to be a

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thought leader with proven, practical experience, ” said Dave Peterschmidt, Ciber president and CEO.

“Mike Casullo is a high-energy, business-oriented CIO who has broad experiences and strategic insight. I am confident that under his direction, Ciber’s technology systems will deliver solid value, ” he added.

Casullo’s career began at Telecommunications Inc., North America’s largest cable television provider at the time.

He also served as vice president at Qwest Cyber Centers and Solutions and was CIO at On Command Corp. and Wild Blue Corp.

His most recent position was at media technology consulting firm Ponderosa Partners, where Casullo was a partner.

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