Chief for Strategic Technology and Architecture, Office of the Chief Technology Officer
Department of Homeland Security
Sara Mosley currently serves as the Chief for Strategic Technology and Architecture in the Office of the Chief Technology Officer. She leads the planning of the long term architectural roadmap for CS&C programs, identifying the evolving cybersecurity challenges of the federal government and aligning CS&C initiatives to improve protection of the .gov networks. She joined DHS in 2012 as Chief of the Network and Infrastructure Security Branch for Federal Network Resilience. In this role, she led the technical team for the Continuous Mitigation and Diagnostics (CDM) Program and the TIC initiative. During this time she lead the development of Reference Architecture and guidance documents for the CS&C programs. Her broad experience includes enterprise level project management, strategic network, cyber security architecture and design, and systems integration.
Prior to her role at DHS, Sara was the Enterprise Network and Security Architect for the Information Resource Management (IRM) organization at the Department of State. There, she led the design of the Foreign Affairs Network (FAN) in support of the USAID and Department of State infrastructure integration for the Information Technology Transformation Initiative (ITTI). Also, she served as the Technical Lead for the evaluation of the Vanguard 2.2.1 task order where she successfully consolidated over 44 separate core infrastructure tasks supporting IRM.