Who's who, who's where on the IT ladder

Steven W. Boutelle, U.S. Army CIO

Melissa Rose Chapman, Health and Human Services CIO

Steve Cooper, Department of Homeland Security CIO

Vance Hitch, Justice Department CIO

Tom Pyke, Department of Commerce CIO

One of the challenges in government IT is achieving continuity in systems and programs amid a changing landscape'not only in technology but among the government's leaders. Since last year's CIO list, the Homeland Security Department has taken shape and many new faces have taken control at agencies. Here's the latest rundown on who's on first:


White House

  • CIO: Carlos Solari

Office of Management and Budget

  • Administrator for e-government and IT: Mark Forman

  • Deputy director for management: Clay Johnson

  • Chief technology officer: Norman Lorentz

  • Line of business program lead: Stuart N. Reiter

  • Acting chief architect and program manager for the Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office: Robert Haycock

  • Branch chief for information policy and technology: Dan Chenok

  • Office of Federal Procurement Policy administrator: Angela Styles



  • CIO: Scott Charbo

  • Deputy CIO: Ira L. Hobbs


  • CIO: Tom Pyke

  • Deputy CIO: Karen Hogan

National Institute of Standards and Technology

  • Acting CIO: Cita Furiani

  • Acting director of Advanced Technology Program: Marc Stanley

  • Acting director of IT Laboratory: Susan F. Zevin

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

  • CIO: Carl Staton

National Weather Service

  • CIO: Barry C. West


  • Assistant secretary for command, control, communications and intelligence, and CIO: John P. Stenbit

  • Deputy CIO: Priscilla E. Guthrie

  • Procurement director: Deidre A. Lee

Air Force

  • CIO: John Gilligan

  • Deputy CIO: Brig. Gen. Trudy Clark


  • CIO: Maj. Gen. Steven W. Boutelle

  • Deputy CIO: David Borland

  • CTO: Col. Timothy Fong


  • CIO: David M. Wennergren

  • Deputy CIO, Navy: Rear Adm. Thomas E. Zelibor

  • Deputy CIO, Marine Corps: Brig. Gen. John Thomas

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

  • CIO: Mark Schaeffer

Defense Information Systems Agency

  • CIO: Shirley L. Fields

  • CTO: Dawn Meyerriecks

Defense Logistics Agency

  • Information operations director and CIO: Mae De Vincentis

National Imagery and Mapping Agency

  • CIO: Scott Cragg


  • CIO: William Leidinger

  • Deputy CIO for IT: Stephen Fletcher


  • CIO: Karen S. Evans

Health and Human Services

  • CIO: Melissa Rose Chapman

  • CTO: Greg Brolund

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • CIO: James Seligman

Food and Drug Administration

  • CIO: Jim Rinaldi

National Institutes of Health

  • CIO: Alan S. Graeff

Homeland Security

  • CIO: Steve Cooper

  • CTO: Lee Holcomb

Bureau of Customs and Immigration Enforcement

  • CIO: Scott Hastings

Coast Guard

  • CIO: Rear Adm. Clifford I. Pearson

  • Bureau of Customs and Border Protection

  • CIO: S.W. 'Woody' Hall Jr.

Federal Emergency Management Agency

  • CIO: Rose Parkes

Transportation Security Administration

  • Associate undersecretary for IT and CIO: Patrick R. Schambach

Housing and Urban Development

  • CIO: Vickers B. Meadows

  • CTO: Gloria Parker


  • CIO: Hord Tipton

  • Acting deputy CIO: Stephen King


  • CIO: Vance Hitch


  • Executive assistant director for administration and acting CIO: W. Wilson Lowery


  • CIO: Patrick Pizzella

  • Acting deputy CIO: Keith Nelson


  • Acting CIO: Bruce Morrison

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


  • CIO: Daniel P. Matthews

  • Deputy CIO: Eugene 'Kim' Taylor


  • CIO: Drew Ladner

Veterans Affairs

  • Assistant secretary for information and technology: Vacant

  • CTO: Frank Perry

  • Deputy CIO for management: Edward Meagher


Agency for International Development

  • Assistant administrator for management and CIO: John Marshall

  • Deputy CIO for operations: John Streufert

  • Deputy CIO for policy: Mark Kneidinger


  • CIO: Alan Wade

Environmental Protection Agency

  • CIO: Kim Nelson

  • Deputy CIO: Mark Day

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

  • CIO: Fernanda Young

General Accounting Office

  • Director for IT, architecture and systems: Randolph C. Hite

  • General Services Administration
  • CIO: Michael W. Carleton

  • CTO: Christopher Fornecker

  • Associate administrator for governmentwide policy: G. Martin Wagner

  • Associate administrator for citizen services and the Communications Office: M.J. Jameson


  • CIO: Patricia L. Dunnington

  • CTO: John McManus

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: George O. Strawn

  • Deputy CIO: Andrea Norris

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

  • Acting CIO: Jacqueline Silber

Office of Personnel Management

  • CIO: Janet Barnes

  • Assistant CIO: Robert M. Huley

Postal Service

  • CTO: Robert Otto

Small Business Administration

  • CIO: Stephen D. Galvan

  • Assistant administrator for e-government: Ron Miller

Social Security Administration

  • CIO: Thomas P. Hughes

  • Deputy CIO: Dean Mesterharm







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