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He announced his decision to resign early in September, claiming his efforts were being hindered by a lack of funding.

In his resignation letter, which was published by US media, he said he was “tired” of having to chase for “support and money to do my job”.

Mr Chaillan wrote: “My office still has no billet and no funding, this year and the next.”

He joined the Department of Defense in 2018 where he was tasked with development, security, and operations as chief software officer or CSO.