Technology Services Board
The Technology Services Board (TSB) will focus primarily on information technology (IT) strategic vision and planning; enterprise architecture; policy and standards; and major project oversight. Members include legislators, business leaders, agency directors and a union representative.
MICHAEL COCKRILL, CHAIR, STATE CIO - Michael was appointed by Gov. Inslee as the state’s Chief Information Officer, effiective January 23, 2013. He has more than 20 years of experience building private sector software companies. His responsibilities include overseeing the state’s strategic vision for information technology, evaluating state agencies’ IT spending and major technology projects, and establishing IT policies and standards across state government.
MARALYN CHASE, STATE SENATOR - Senator Chase represents the 32nd District (Shoreline) and serves as Vice Chair of the Economic Development, Trade and Innovation Committee and has served as Chair of the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Trade Policy for several years.
ANDY HILL, STATE SENATOR - Senator Hill represents the 45th District (Redmond) and serves as the Ranking Republican member on the Senate Higher Educaiton and Workforce Development Committee. He is a former Microsoft Program Manager where he designed and managed new software development projects.
ZACK HUDGINS, STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Rep. Hudgins has served as a state Representative since January 2003. He represents the 11th District, comprised of Renton, Tukwila, and South Seattle. He serves as the Chair of the General Government Appropriations and Oversight Committee and also sits on the Business & Financial Services, and Ways & Means Committees.
BILL KEHOE, CIO, KING COUNTY - Bill was appointed as King County's Chief Information Officer and director of King County Information Technology (KCIT) in July 2010. Bill previously worked for the Department of Licensing where he served as the department's CIO since 2002.
KRIS KUTCHERA, VP OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, ALASKA AIRLINES - Kris joined Alaska Airlines in 2005 with more than 20 years of experience in IT. Kris leads a team recognized for its award-winning alaskaair.com web site and industry-leading airport automation processes.
BUTCH LEONARDSON, SENIOR VP AND CIO, BECU - Butch has 30 years in IT leadership. His initial 12 years in the profession were in strategic IT consulting and large-scale systems implementation. He is a frequent speaker on IT organizational leadership and a lecturer for the Master’s of Business Administration program at the University of Washington – Bothell, and Seattle University.
PAUL MOULTON, EXECUTIVE VP AND CIO, COSTCO WHOLESALE - Since 2010, Paul has served as the Executive Vice President, CIO of Costco Wholesale. He graduated in 1973 from the University of San Diego while working at Safeway Stores. Paul worked in Operations at Safeway, Fed Mart and Target Stores before joining Costco in 1985.
KEVIN QUIGLEY, SECRETARY, DEPT. OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES - Kevin was appointed by Gov. Inslee on January 10, 2013. He is a former state Senator from Snohomish County, satellite company lawyer, Internet company executive and shipyard president. He holds degrees in political science from George Washington University and law degrees from New York School of Law and Harvard University.
ROB ST. JOHN, DIRECTOR, CONSOLIDATED TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (CTS) - Rob was appointed by Gov. Gregoire as the Director of CTS on April 16, 2012. He previously served as Deputy Director for the Office of the CIO. Prior to that, he served as CIO at the Department of Social and Health Services for several years.
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