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Name: Borzino, Bruce
Current Position: Previous Director


Appointed by Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke on November 9, 2009, Bruce E. Borzino took over as director of the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) after working in the public and private sectors designing, acquiring and modernizing business management information systems.
Borzino’s parents, Eddie and Doris, worked at the footwear division of Uniroyal, and Borzino grew up in Connecticut. He graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1972 and was a second lieutenant in the Army Reserve.
Borzino holds masters degrees in management and information and computer science, although it is unclear from which institution he obtained them.
He served in the U.S. Army in the early part of his career, retiring as a lieutenant colonel and certified as a Level III Defense Acquisition Program Manager.
Borzino then held a number of management and consulting positions with the Anteon Corp., now part of General Dynamics.
His first post in the federal government was with the General Services Administration, where he was director of electronic business systems. During his time there he helped introduce several new Internet-based public services.
He moved over to NTIS to serve as deputy director and chief operations officer, a position he held until his selection as director.
Borzino’s wife, Jong, is a real estate agent.
Bruce Borzino Biography (National Technical Information Service)
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