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CrimTrac seeks new CIO after incumbent joins Gartner

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CrimTrac, Australia's agency charged with facilitating intelligence-sharing between States, Territories and the Commonwealth, is looking for a new CIO after incumbent Darin Brumby joined analyst firm Gartner.

Brumby's LinkedIn profile reveals the move, as does the fact that CrimTrac has advertised for his replacement. Gartner has confirmed his appointment to a role in the company's US-based Executive Programs team.

The CIO's gig is therefore up for grabs at CrimTrac, with the job requiring the holder to ”engage with key stakeholders, including police jurisdictions and subject matter experts across government, to develop a national approach to enterprise architecture for policing, core information standards and nationally consistent systems.”

The lucky person who scores the job will also “... represent CrimTrac in an official capacity at meetings with senior government officials and representatives from other government agencies and police jurisdictions.”

The job is rated a “Senior Executive Service (SES) Band 1” and as such attracts a six-figure salary. ®

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