Victorian shared services agency CenITex has appointed a new chief information officer after a three-month search.
The agency confirmed to ZDNet Australia this morning that Fiona Caldwell has taken up the position with the agency.
Caldwell enters CenITex after nine years in the Tatts Group, where she held an application support manager position before ascending to the group manager of Business Systems role in 2006.
Caldwell takes on the position with CenITex after the agency dissolved the position two years ago.
ZDNet Australia is awaiting a response from CenITex about the length of Caldwell's contract with the agency, and the projects she has been brought on board to tackle in her tenure.
The CIO role was advertised in November with an attached package worth between $127,323 and $173,160 per annum.
CenITex currently provides services to the Victorian government departments of Business and Innovation (DBI); Health (DH); Human Services (DHS); Justice (DOJ); Planning and Community Development (DPCD); Premier and Cabinet (DPC); Primary Industries (DPI); Sustainability and Environment (DSE); Transport (DOT); Treasury and Finance (DTF), as well as their associated agencies; the Environment Protection Authority (EPA); and State Revenue Office (SRO).