Christina Sills


Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board

Christina Sills is the Agency Records Officer for the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB). She began her Federal career over ten years ago as part of a team establishing electronic records management at the Navy’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center. Christina’s prior experience as a Navy Nuclear Operator instilled the principles of Questioning Attitude and Integrated Systems which influence her approach to records management program modernization and improvement efforts.

Christina’s experience has focused on planning and implementing Records and Information Management modernization initiatives serving a variety of roles and interfacing with various information professional including Chief Information Officers, Information Technology professionals, Information Security Officers, Cyber Security professionals, Freedom of Information Act Officers, Privacy Officers, and Agency Executives. She champions Information Governance that integrates records management, data management, work/information flow, information security, and information access requirements into solutions that leverage technology, information flow design, and business process engineering to ensure they are practical and fit into the normal course of business.

More recently she has become the Acting Senior Agency Official for Records Management for her agency and is expanding her skills to include the development of long term strategic plans to create lasting change and improvements in Information Management at her agency which she started by expanding the mission of its Records Management Program to:
“Ensure compliance, efficiency, and effectiveness in agency mission and administrative operations by providing all agency components with simple, integrated, and practical process and technology solutions that minimize the cost and burden of managing records and information, while maximizing the use and value of agency information.”