Robert Naylor has resigned from his position as chief information officer at the Small Business Administration.
SBA spokesman Jonathan Swain confirms that Naylor’s resignation is effective June 18 and chief technology officer Paul Christy will be acting in his place. Swain says SBA policy does not let him comment on why Naylor resigned.
Naylor came to SBA in August as a consultant and then rose to be CIO.
As CIO, Naylor focused on customer relationship management, redeveloping their Web site and developing a new data warehouse/business intelligence tool.
Recently, Naylor came under pressure from Capitol Hill during a review of potential contracting irregularities at SBA, possibly involving Administrator Karen Mills, according to a congressional source who requested anonymity because the investigation still is ongoing.
There is no evidence, however, that Naylor’s resignation has anything to do with this review.
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