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Irish tech czar’s hands will be tied

5th June, 2010

Should Ireland appoint a chief technology officer (CTO)? Or what about a chief information officer (CIO)? If so, who would the right person be?

Last week, Senator Paschal Donohoe (Fine Gael, Dublin Central) asked the government whether it intended to uphold its promise in appointing a CTO for the country.

The response he received from Dara Calleary, Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, suggested that an appointment was imminent.

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