Treasury taps DIMA for new CIO

The federal Department of the Treasury has swiped an IT manager from the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA) to fill its new chief information officer position. A Treasury spokesperson told ZDNet Australia via telephone this afternoon that DIMA's Alaine King had been confirmed as its new CIO, after a recruitment process kicked off in late October.

The federal Department of the Treasury has swiped an IT manager from the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA) to fill its new chief information officer position.

A Treasury spokesperson told ZDNet Australia via telephone this afternoon that DIMA's Alaine King had been confirmed as its new CIO, after a recruitment process kicked off in late October.

The spokesperson could not immediately confirm King's former position or further background.

The executive will pick up a hefty pay packet between AU$151,348 and AU$175,899, and will particularly be needed to provide strategic management in respect of knowledge management initiatives.

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