NBN Co CIO, Rawlins, quits

NBN Co CIO, Rawlins, quits

Leaves after three-year tenure, reasons unclear

The NBN Co has confirmed that its chief information officer (CIO), Claire Rawlins, has resigned from the position following a three-year tenure.

The reasons for her departure are currently unclear.

Rawlins was appointed CIO in late 2009, three months after the NBN was created to provide a high-speed broadband network across Australia.

At the time, Rawlins turned down two senior positions at financial institutions before taking on the CIO role.

As CIO, she took care of the NBN Co’s greenfield IT organisation, and was responsible for developing IT strategy and delivering the NBN’s applications and systems.

Most recently, Rawlins reported to chief operating officer (COO), Ralph Steffens, and worked closely with NBN enterprise architect and second in command, Bill Barnett.

Before NBN Co, she held positions at British Telecom, Qwest, Dresedner Kleinwort Wasserstein, and Fidelity.

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