Deputy Chief Information Officer
Department of Justice
Melinda Rogers serves as the Deputy Chief Information Officer at the Department of Justice. She is responsible for leading Department-wide transformations to advance mission-focused technologies, business processes, and organizational policies. Her leadership has been instrumental throughout DOJ's cloud migration and data center consolidation efforts. As the former DOJ Chief Information Security Officer, she brings expert perspective on cybersecurity operations and management. Prior to joining DOJ, she was Assistant Vice President for Equifax’s Fraud Prevention and Identity Verification Solutions Division. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Emory University and Bachelor of Science from George Mason University.