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NJ TRANSIT names new chief technology officer

Posted on June 7, 2019

NJ TRANSIT named Bilal Khan as its chief technology officer, infrastructure and operation.

Khan joins NJ TRANSIT with over 17 years of IT experience. Most recently, as the technology executive of SHI International, where he worked with Fortune 500 companies advising in the areas of digital workspace, cloud computing, and cybersecurity. During his tenure, he helped define computing strategies for some of the world’s largest hotel chains, banks, and hospitals along with several state and federal agencies.

Prior to that, Khan worked as a head of unified communication at Argo Turboserve Corporation, where he managed network systems based in 28 countries lead initiatives such as secure communication, protecting customer data, and migration of datacenter in the cloud.

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