DIA is mum on details after placing chief information officer on investigatory leave

The Denver Post: A senior-level official at Denver International Airport has been placed on investigatory leave, but DIA isn’t revealing why — and the official also says he hasn’t been told the reason.

Chief Information Officer Robert Kastelitz was placed on paid leave starting on Feb. 27, according to a notification letter obtained by The Denver Post. Kastelitz oversees information technology services and several related contracts at the airport.

DIA provided Kastelitz’s notification letter under an open-records request. In response to The Post’s questions and further requests for public records, Stacey Stegman, DIA’s senior vice president of communications, declined to provide any details about the investigation.

That includes what it concerns, who is conducting it, and whether it is an internal or external probe.

“In order to protect the integrity of the pending investigation, we are unable to provide any comment or details at this time,” DIA responded to several questions.

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