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While there are a couple of worthy candidates on this list, I think that most of these people are not a good match for the job requirements (many of which you enumerated). Kundra was barely known in the IT community, but brought a modern perspective to his role in DC. In addition to strong communication skills, political savvy, and leadership ability, I'd like the CTO to have made both key technology and key business decisions, and to be thoroughly familiar with current issues across a broad range of hardware and software, ranging from web application development to mobile and broadband deployment. Someone like Judy Estrin comes much closer to my concept of a CTO than does anyone on your list.