Peter Jack, the new Director-General of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has effectively hit the road running since he was appointed early last month by President Goodluck Jonathan.[blockquote right=”pull-right”]Other than the few photo opportunities, Peter Jack, the new CEO cum D-G of NITDA is yet to share his vision of aligning the government agency’s several mandates with the “Transformation Agenda” of the current administration.[/blockquote]
That is, if the website of the nation’s influential IT implementing agency is anything to go by.
Since Jack resumed duty as the D-G, he has also added the singular distinction of adding the more private sector-like designation of “CEO” to his double title as chief of the IT implementing agency of the Federal Government.
[slideshow_deploy id=’16649′]A few photos have since showed up on the NITDA website, which underwent some revamping when Ashiru Daura, the ex-Acting Director General of the agency took temporary charge of affairs at in the technology policy powerhouse.
Jack, a former NITDA insider, who is now sporting a dense amazon of grey hair has since met with students from Nigerian Defence Academy, who paid a facility visit to the agency while a smooth handover has also taken place between himself and his predecessor, Dahura, who has since returned to his duty as Director Software and Outsourcing in the agency.
Other than the few photo opportunities, Peter Jack, the new CEO cum D-G of NITDA is yet to share his vision of aligning the government agency’s several mandates with the “Transformation Agenda” of the current administration.
Jack may want to hit the road, if he hasn’t already.