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Tessco appoints Joe Cawley CIO and vice president

Tessco Technologies has appointed Joe Cawley as vice president/CIO. Mr. Cawley will be working on strategic technology projects, including a refresh of the company’s B2B e-commerce tools, says the company.

Mr. Cawley was most recently vice president/CIO of IT for Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in Virginia. He spent 20 years at IBM prior to that, rising to director of Worldwide Support.

Mr. Cawley holds a BS in Computer Science from Old Dominion University and an MS in Computer Science from Binghamton University.

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