After completing his service as chief information office on June 30, Corey Booth parted ways with the Securities and Exchange Commission in order to pursue a new career with Boston Consulting Group in New York.

Booth first joined the SEC in January 2004 as CIO, responsible for the SEC’s information technology capabilities and ensuring that all technological investments supported the agency’s overall mission.

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