Deputy Secretary of Information Technology
As the Information Technology Deputy Secretary for Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, Andrew Armani is responsible for setting policies, collaborating and coordinating technology activities at the Agency and statewide.
Previously, Andrew held the position of the director of the office of eServices. The office led initiatives to enhance electronic service delivery on California State Portal. Andrew was responsible for managing and supporting the growth of California's eServices, including acting as a liaison between state agencies and departments.
Andrew entered state service in 1990. Since then, he has worked for several departments, where he has held various executive and managerial positions. Andrew started his career in private sector, where he worked for a variety of companies managing teams of software and system engineers. In that capacity, he was in charge of developing enterprise applications and network architecture.
Andrew graduated from California State University in Chico with a degree in Electronics and Computer Technology.