An Indian-born Will be First Ever Federal CTO

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atomaweapon

Wow! Obama and his cornicopia of diversity! It's gonna be an awesome 4 years!

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Velcrow

Diversity is great and all, but I prefer the best person for the job. If that happens to be somebody of 'diverse' nature, that's spiffy. If not, oh well.

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Righteous Fury

Hold on, here's the real problem...

"Vivek Kundra is a strong contender as he has relevant experience. "

 Now you know the guy is screwed! Too bad, he probably would have been good for the position. Then again, he does have a pretty creepy smile... more like a leering grin. Perhaps Ms. Warrior would be a better option... anybody know if she's hot? HA! Just kidding... well a little.

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Nimise08

I wouldn't call it outsourcing.

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nduanetesh

At the time I am writing this, there are six other comments on this article, posted by three users.  And every one of those comments is, in its own special way, saying the exact same thing. 

 "You don't have to be smart to post a comment on MaximumPC.com."

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nekollx

She is the warrior...

 

sorry couldn't resist

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nekollx

She is the warrior...

 

sorry couldn't resist

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nekollx

She is the warrior...

 

sorry couldn't resist

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nekollx

She is the warrior...

 

sorry couldn't resist

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worm8199

But can we not find any American born people to serve in our government? Or like everything else, are we just going to outsource that too?

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I Jedi

Outsource, sir? Native Americans were here before the United States of America became a nation. Oh, and this chief officer tech. guy is American. He was just born from a native tribe area, I believe. Besides, you, and everyone else, besides Native Americans are immigrants to this country. So really, the question should be, "Why do we give most outsiders (immigrants) government jobs who's ancestors weren't naturally born here?"

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plaskon

and junk.

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