Frank out

    An earlier version of this story reported Frank spent three decades with the City of Philadelphia. In fact, he’s been in the technology business for three decades.

    Philadelphia’s Chief Technology Officer Allan Frank will step down from his post early next year. He’s been with the city since 2008.


    Frank’s last day is Feb. 1, at which point Deputy CIO Tommy Jones will fill the position during a national search for Frank’s replacement.

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    Frank will remain on as a member of the Mayor’s Advisory Board on Technology, Heard in the Hall first reported. He helped land Philadelphia one of five coveted spots in Code for America, designed to bring private sector technology experts to the city.

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