Essye Miller, the principal deputy chief information officer at DoD, is retiring from federal service on June 30 after more than 35 years in government.
Essye Miller, the Defense Department’s first black female principal deputy CIO is retiring. This week she joins host Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends to share her experience and wisdom about leadership.
Essye Miller, the Defense Department’s principal deputy chief information officer, is retiring in June after 35 years of federal service. She will be replaced by John Sherman, who will come over from being the IC CIO since 2017.
The Defense Department is preparing for more of its Pentagon workforce to become teleworkers. But those who are already working from home have already begun to stretch the limits of the department’s internet connectivity in the national capital region.
At an industry day for the Defense Enterprise Office Solution (DEOS) program, GSA and DoD officials laid out an aggressive timeline to release the solicitation and make an award.
A May 7 memo from the Defense Department’s chief information officers gives “fourth estate” agencies until 2020 to migrate applications from more than 100 data centers.
DoD releases a draft solicitation and holds an industry day to talk about its new initiative to move to commercial cloud services.
Deputy Defense secretary Patrick Shanahan alters the membership of DoD’s Cloud Executive Working Group, removing its acquisition chief, adding its CIO.
New leaders in Defense Department IT: Essye Miller is named acting DoD CIO and Rear Adm. Nancy Norton will be DISA director.
DHS has implemented a cyber maturity model and DoD is using a security scorecard to identify strengths and weaknesses in networks and systems.