Author - William Bryan

Bill is a third-generation Missourian – born, bred and educated in the Show-Me State. Bill was appointed state CIO in 2009. Prior to being appointed as state CIO, Bill served as Assistant Attorney General. During his 18 year career at the Attorney General's Office, Bill obtained broad experience, working in all but 2 divisions. He was recognized nationally and internationally for his work encouraging the implementation of next generation technology in animal agriculture. Bill was also lead counsel in the Taum Sauk Disaster litigation, a disaster caused in part, by faulty programming logic unearthed by the AGO team. Throughout his tenure, Bill championed the use of leading technologies and was the first lawyer in state government with a desktop computer. He also was one of the pioneers in using technology to persuasively present non-computer evidence at trial and simply as an out-of-court advocacy tool.


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