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The State of Kansas Executive Branch Information Technology organization is made up of more than 1,400 information technology professionals, residing within cabinet agencies, non-cabinet agencies, regent institutions, and the Office of Information Technology Services, the central IT office. The organization is led by the Executive Branch Chief Information Technology Officer (CITO) Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace.

Together, these professionals manage some of the most impressive technology efforts in the state, including the largest private IP network in Kansas. These professionals ensure optimal operation, maintenance and implementation of IT systems and citizen services for more than 18,000 employees and nearly three-million Kansans every day.

CITO Burns-Wallace Appoints Stacy Mill Deputy CITO

Nov 26, 2019

CITO DeAngela Burns-Wallace has appointed nationally-recognized IT leader Stacy Mill as deputy chief information technology officer/chief technology officer. Mill is charged with the oversight and daily operations of the Office of Information Technology Services, the central IT services office for the State of Kansas executive branch agencies.

Stacy has developed many teams across several industries throughout her 30+-year career in IT, including international brands like Spirit AeroSystems, KAR, Yum, and Humana Military.

Stacy has been nominated and received the following awards in her successful career: 2011 NG20 Top 20 Global CISO award, 2013 ISE Southeast Executive of the Year finalist, 2013 Ranked #5 CISO in the US by ExecRank (#1 Female), 2013 Cisco Security Innovator of the year – Retail, 2013 Evanta Global CISO Top 25 Breakaway Leaders (Top 10 finalist), and 2014 Women in High-Tech Leading Light award Nominee for Leadership. 

Lastly, Stacy gives back to the Information Risk community through her work with the Executive Women’s Forum and the Chicago Booth School of Business – CISO Institute as member of the Board of Advisors and Instructor.