Deputy Chief Information Officer
NASA Chief Information Officer Linda Cureton has announced the appointment of Deborah Diaz as the agency’s new deputy chief information officer. Diaz will be a key member of the office that provides information technology services to all staff.
Cureton said, “I’m delighted that we are filling this position with a seasoned, hands-on technical leader who can immediately and seamlessly assist with implementing strategic changes and rebuilding the Office of the CIO.”
Diaz joined the CIO’s office in December as associate chief information officer for architecture and infrastructure and director of the Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P), a new initiative to consolidate the agency’s information technology and data services.
Previously, Diaz was the chief information officer for the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate, where she developed and implemented $1 billion worth of scientific programs and IT infrastructure. She also served as the senior advisor on IT interoperability and wireless technologies. As deputy CIO at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, she helped transform electronic commerce and managed complex IT initiatives to modernize business processes and data exchange systems.
Diaz also served as deputy associate administrator of citizen services at the General Services Administration and as a member of the President’s Management Council, where she pioneered many of the first e-Government initiatives. Her recognitions include two “Federal 100? awards and the “Top 10 – IT Innovative Leaders in Government” Award.
International Awards & Recognitions:
YYYY – TBD- Info pending
On-Line Articles &/or Profile links:
- NASA Names Deputy Chief Information Officer [May ’10]
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