COREONYX Government Solutions announces the strategic appointment of Jay Huie as Chief Information Officer (CIO), a move that underscores the firm’s commitment to driving digital transformation in the public sector. Huie, an IT strategist with a commendable track record in spearheading federal digital and enterprise evolution, is noted for his profound impact on IT modernization and digital engineering during his tenure with the D.C. education agency and key roles in the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).  As CIO for the D.C. education agency, Huie excelled in executing large-scale tech solutions, including the pivotal “Internet for All” initiative, significantly advancing educational technology and addressing equity during remote learning. At the GSA, Huie’s strategic finesse was instrumental in federal IT development, where he managed substantial budgets and pioneered the Federal Data Strategy, thus emphasizing his dedication to government IT advancement and cloud technology efficacy through FedRAMP. In Huie’s new role, his vision and strategic thought leadership are set to shape COREONYX’s trajectory, pushing the envelope in offering next-gen solutions to government agencies. Guy Mincey, COREONYX CEO, lauds Huie’s expertise as a catalyst for innovative and transformative IT strategies that resonate with COREONYX’s ethos of empowering government agencies with state-of-the-art technology.  An alumnus of Case Western Reserve University with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and AI, Huie’s honors include being a White House Leadership Development Fellow and a Federal Computer Week Top 25 Rising Star.  Welcome Jay Huie to COREONYX, where his forward-thinking leadership is anticipated to revolutionize government IT services.

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