2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Dana Deasy

Name: Dana Deasy
Title: CIO
Agency: Department of Defense

Rethinking DOD IT DOD’s cloud environment is often described as disparate and fragmented. But with Deasy as CIO, that landscape is rapidly shifting toward a more unified future. In just a year, he has released cybersecurity and cloud strategies, championed the move to general-purpose cloud technology and launched the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center. By applying his experience on large-scale IT projects at JPMorgan Chase and other industry titans to DOD’s challenges, Deasy is on his way to reshaping the CIO’s office as the department’s leader for advanced technologies.

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