Who's in charge of IT now?

Left to right: State CIO Fernando Burbano, Treasury acting CIO Mayi Canales, Defense CIO John Stenbit, Energy CIO Karen S. Evans and presidential cybersecurity advisor Richard C. Clarke.

Current leaders in the White House, cabinet departments and other key agencies

Since GCN ran a list of government IT chiefs a year ago this month, a lot has changed. Some CIOs have left, others have
shifted jobs within government, and more than a few new faces have arrived. More changes are in the offing, too, as the plans for a Homeland Security Department take shape.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

White House


CIO: Tim Campen


Homeland Security Office

CIO: Steve Cooper

Senior adviser for IT: James Flyzik

Adviser for cyberspace security: Richard C. Clarke

Director of infostructure (temporary assignment): Lee Holcomb


Office of Management and Budget

Associate director for IT and E-government: Mark Forman

Deputy administrator for information and regulatory affairs: John Graham

Branch chief for information policy and technology: Daniel Chenok

Office
of Federal Procurement Policy administrator: Angela Styles


DEPARTMENTS


Agriculture

Acting CIO: Ira L. Hobbs


Commerce

CIO: Tom Pyke

Deputy CIO: Karen Hogan


National Institute of Standards and Technology

Acting IT Laboratory Director and CIO: Susan F. Zevin


Acting director of Advanced Technology Program: Marc Stanley


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

CIO: Carl Staton


National Weather Service

CIO: Barry C. West


Defense

Assistant secretary for command, control, communications and Intelligence, and CIO: John Stenbit


Deputy CIO: Priscilla E. Guthrie


Procurement director: Deidre A. Lee


Air Force

CIO: John Gilligan


Deputy CIO: Brig. Gen. Trudy Clark


Army

CIO: Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello


Deputy CIO: David Borland


Marine Corps

CIO: Gen. John Thomas


Navy

CIO: Daniel E. Porter


Deputy CIO: Ron Turner


Deputy CIO for enterprise integration and security: David M. Wennergren


Defense Information Systems Agency

CIO: Shirley L. Fields


Deputy CIO: Carl Palmer


Defense Logistics Agency

Information operations director and CIO: Mae De Vincentis


Education

CIO: Craig Luigart


Deputy
CIO: Richard Miller


Energy

CIO: Karen S. Evans


Health and Human Services

CIO: Melissa Rose Chapman


Housing and Urban Development

CIO: Gloria Parker


Acting deputy CIO for IT reform: William Taylor


Interior

Acting CIO: Hord Tipton


Deputy CIO: Sue Rachlin


Justice

CIO: Vance Hitch


Acting deputy CIO: Jim Gallagher


FBI

CIO: Darwin A. John


Deputy CIO: Mark Tanner


Labor

CIO: Patrick Pizzella


Deputy CIO and IT Center director: Laura Callahan


State

CIO: Fernando Burbano


Deputy CIO for architecture, planning and regulation: Roy A. Standing


Agency for International Development CIO:
John Marshall


Deputy CIO: Richard Nygard


Treasury

Acting CIO: Mayi Canales


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Acting CIO: Eugene 'Kim' Taylor


Transportation Security Administration

Associate undersecretary for information, science and technology: Patrick R. Schambach


Veterans Affairs

Assistant secretary for information and technology: John Gauss


Deputy CIO for management: Edward Meagher


AGENCIES,
COMMISSIONS AND OFFICES



CIA

CIO: Alan Wade


Deputy CIO: Douglas J. Naquin


Environmental Protection Agency

CIO: Kim Nelson


Chief technology officer: Debra D. Stouffer


Deputy CIO: Mark Day


Federal Emergency Management Agency

CIO: Ronald Miller


Deputy CIO: Rose Parkes


Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

CIO: Fernanda Young


General Accounting Office

Director for IT management issues: David J. McClure (leaving the post next month; no interim director has been named)


General Services Administration

CIO: Michael W. Carleton


Deputy CIO: Susan C. White


Associate administrator for governmentwide policy: G. Martin Wagner


Associate administrator for citizen services: M.J. Jameson


NASA

CIO: Lee Holcomb (on detail to the Homeland Security Office)


Deputy CIO for management: Richard Brozen


Deputy CIO for security: David B. Nelson


National Archives and Records Administration

Deputy archivist and chief of staff: Lewis J. Bellardo


Assistant archivist for human resources and information services: L. Reynolds Cahoon


National Science Foundation

CIO: Linda Massaro


Acting deputy CIO: Robert Schmitz


Nuclear Regulatory Commission

CIO: Stuart Reiter


Deputy CIO: Jacqueline Silber


Office of Personnel Management

CIO: Janet Barnes


Postal Service

Vice president of technology and CIO: Robert Otto


Securities and Exchange Commission

CIO: Michael Bartell


Small Business Administration

CIO: Lawrence Barrett


Social Security Administration

Acting CIO: Dean Mesterharm


Acting deputy CIO: Ed Johnston


About the Author

Kevin McCaney is a former editor of Defense Systems and GCN.

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