2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Yemi B. Oshinnaiye

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Name: Yemi B. Oshinnaiye
Title: Division Chief, Enterprise Infrastructure Division, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Agency/Company: Department of Homeland Security

Pushing transparent transformation. Oshinnaiye has been an integral part of USCIS’ efforts to digitize the legal immigration process. He led efforts to transform the agency’s systems and infrastructure to support several public-facing initiatives. As a result, many forms can now be processed and updated online, and the new unified environment for applicant data allows immigration officers to access information quickly and deliver a better customer experience. Thanks to Oshinnaiye’s efforts, USCIS support centers have significantly reduced call duration and the time it takes to renew a green card — a substantial achievement for a program that has over 3 million applicants a year.

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Sat, Apr 29, 2017 Bayo Oshinnaiye MD

When Yemi was a child he was very curious at everything. Always seeking to know how things work and how he could make it better. He took time many years ago to manage and help develop a great office of Real estate before the financial melt down. He has great foresight and incredible urge for making success in everything he handled. He is dependable, trusting and highly responsible. The best of him is yet to come. Congratulations to a natural born leader. Yemi Oshinnaiye will surpass all expecta. We are very proud of your progress.

Mon, Apr 3, 2017 Funke Oshinnaiye

Congratulations Yemi. I am not surprised about your achievement, you've always been a dedicated and focused person. I wish you more success in your career, sky is the limit.

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