New Chief Information Officer Hired for Prince William County

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Robert Mancini, Chief Information Officer, Prince William County

Following a nationwide search and competitive hiring process, the Board of County Supervisors announced that Robert Mancini will head the county’s Department of Information Technology as the new Chief Information Officer.

Mancini brings with him 30 years of experience in the field of information technology, with 12 of those years in local government. He most recently served as Chief Information Officer for Lexington Technology where he provided leadership and recovery services to the organization, including developing and executing a critical turnaround plan for the IT division, negotiation of service contracts and introduction of service level agreements, and initiating programs that increased productivity while reducing attrition.

Before that, Mancini served as the Chief Technology Officer for the D.C. government where he developed strategies and oversaw all technology services for the organization. While there, he created the Digital Inclusion Initiative to expand access to broadband services in underserved areas of D.C., developed the D.C. Centralized Technology Procurement team and developed strategic public-private partnerships with several cybersecurity entities, among other successful initiatives.

“Robert Mancini brings a great deal of experience and expertise to Prince William County,” said Corey A. Stewart, Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. “He has implemented several successful technology programs in the public and private sectors alike, and we are confident that he will serve our community and the organization well.”

“I am thrilled to have this opportunity to return to public service,” said Mancini. “I want to thank the Board of County Supervisors and reinforce my commitment to deliver innovative technology-based strategies and solutions that will best serve Prince William County.”

Mancini received a Master of Science degree in Information Systems from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Mathematics from Radford University.


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