PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he will appoint David Zolnowsky of Madison to be the next commissioner of the state Bureau of Information and Technology.
The bureau handles computer and telephone services for state government. It also manages South Dakota Public Broadcasting.
Zolnowsky has been director of computing services and chief information officer at Dakota State University, which focuses on information technology. He has led the management of Dakota State's computing infrastructure and helped administer a state program that provides information technology to school districts, universities and state agencies.
Zolnowsky replaces former Bureau of Information and Technology commissioner Dom Bianco, who left the job in March. Jim Edman has been interim commissioner in the past few months, and he will remain in the agency as deputy commissioner.