Norman Lorentz resigned as chief technology officer at the Office of Management and Budget and took a job as senior vice president at DigitalNet Government Solutions , a government IT contractor in Herndon, Virginia His departure came just two days after President Bush appointed a new e-government chief, a position that Lorentz had been filling on a temporary basis.
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