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STATE REVENUE COMMISSIONER LEAVING TO HELM INFO-TECH OFFICE

By Michael P. Norton and Andy Metzger

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MARCH 15, 2016....A month from the annual tax-filing deadline, the Baker administration announced Tuesday that Department of Revenue Commissioner Mark Nunnelly is beginning a new job on April 4 as executive director of the state technology office.

The administration announced Nunnelly's new post in a press release, which was silent on whether he was resigning from his commissioner's job. An administration official subsequently told the News Service Nunnelly would leave his job as commissioner when he begins his new job.


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