Home / Executive Moves / Jonathan Alboum Named Public Sector CTO at Veritas Technologies

Jonathan Alboum Named Public Sector CTO at Veritas Technologies

Jonathan Alboum

Jonathan Alboum, former chief information officer at the Agriculture Department, has joined Veritas Technologies as chief technology officer of the Mountain View, California-based data management company’s public sector business.

Veritas said Tuesday Alboum will aim to help government clients manage, secure and identify business value from data on premises or in multicloud environments.

In his previous capacity, he led USDA’s efforts to migrate IT systems to a cloud infrastructure, modernize networks and protect information at the department.

He previously served as associate CIO for enterprise governance and planning at the General Services Administration and as deputy CIO at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.

Alboum worked as a management consultant for PwC and Ventera before he joined the federal government.

Check Also

Cubic Combines Traffic Mgmt Brands to Establish New Business; Jon Newhard Named Cubic ITS Lead

Cubic (NYSE: CUB) has formed a new business through the integration of its U.K.-based intelligent transport systems segment with its traffic management brands GRIDSMART and Trafficware.

Raytheon Lands $129M IDIQ to Support Air Force Sensor Operations, Maintenance

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has won a two-year, $128.5M contract to help the U.S. Air Force maintain and operate mobile sensors at radar facilities. The company will maintain operational readiness of Cobra King and Gray Star radar systems that work to provide situational awareness on a 24-hour basis, the Department of Defense said Monday.