BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore IT director Frank Johnson, who went on leave after the ransomware attack that crippled the city, is no longer working for the City.

The now-former official offered his “sincere apologies” to city council members in June during a public meeting where he was criticized for not getting information about the attack out fast enough.

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The computer servers were hit by the ransomware attack on May 7.

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The City said that as of October 1, Johnson was no longer a city employee,

 

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