Illinois Chief Information Officer Ron Guerrier stepped down Friday after 18 months with the state government, Gov. J.B. Pritzker said.
In a string of tweets, Pritzker, who appointed Guerrier as his CIO and secretary of the Illinois Department of Innovation and Technology shortly after his January 2019 inauguration, said Guerrier had received a job offer from another, unnamed organization.
“Secretary Guerrier is an incredible public servant whose passion for innovation and technology has benefited Illinois residents tremendously — particularly as he shepherded the move to an enterprise system that will transform our ability to deliver services,” Pritzker wrote. “With an impressive track record that includes leadership positions at major companies across the country, it comes as no surprise that he has received an offer to bring his skills to another organization.”