Joshua Spence named West Virginia’s chief technology officer
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Joshua Spence has been appointed as West Virginia’s chief technology officer.
Gov. Jim Justice announced Spence’s appointment Monday in a news release. Spence replaces John Dunlap, who retired.
Spence has served as the state’s chief information security officer since 2015.
He will continue in his role as a cyber operations officer with the West Virginia Air National Guard.