Bryan Sivak,chief technology officer (CTO) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is stepping down from his post at the end of April.
A 2015 Fed 100 honoree, Sivak is notably known for roles in the development of a “Buyer’s Club” to share institutional wisdom on procurement, and the ongoing administration of the Entrepreneurs in Residence program, a one-year program where private sector developers work with the HHS on health innovation initiatives.
Additionally, Sivak served a key role in the HHS IDEA Lab focused on cultivating innovation for a more modern and effective government.
“Since joining us in 2012, Bryan has been a force for promoting innovation across the department, designing and deploying initiatives that improve the performance of the department for those we serve, and for our employees,” HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell wrote in a March 27 email to staff. “Bryan has championed some of the department’s most innovative projects.”