Siemens Government Technologies Selects Mike Jin as CIO

Siemens Government Technologies announced Monday, April 9 that Mike Jin will be its new chief information officer.

He will oversee enterprise information technology strategy, providing technology applications and services support to federal customers, the Arlington, Va., company said.

Previously, Jin served as SOS International’s senior director of IT.

“We are very fortunate to have Mike join SGT as, over the course of his career, he has proven time and again that his unique combination of IT business savvy – paired with a depth of understanding for emerging technology trends – has routinely delivered results with bottom-line impact to the organizations he has served,” said Clay Hale, chief financial officer of SGT.

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