Massachusetts Executive Office of Technology Services and Security Secretary Mark Nunnelly is leaving his post. He will be replaced by Curt Wood, Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Undersecretary for Forensic Science and Technology according to an announcement from the Governor’s Office.
Secretary Nunnelly joined the Administration in March 2015 as the Commissioner of Revenue and Special Advisor to the Governor for Technology, and then led MassIT beginning in April of 2016.
Nunnelly was previously with Bain Capital before joining the administration. His future plans were not disclosed.
During his tenure, Nunnelly oversaw the formation of the new Executive Office of Technology Services and Security (EOTSS) in August 2017 as its first Secretary and helped lead a variety of transformation efforts to make the Commonwealth’s information technology platform more secure. He also launched the redesigned Mass.gov website and consolidated technology procurement contracts in order to help the state save money.
Incoming Secretary Wood has served as the Undersecretary for Forensic Science and Technology and CIO within the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) since April 2011. In that role, Wood was responsible for providing strategic leadership and oversight to the State Crime Lab and Forensic Services Group of the State Police, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services, the State 911 Department and the Office of Technology and Information Services.
During his work with EOPSS, Wood also helped to transition the Commonwealth’s legacy 911 system to a new NextGenn 911 platform.