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Chief Information Officer

Al Tarasiuk

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President Barack Obama appointed Mr. Al Tarasiuk as Intelligence Community Chief Information Officer on February 17, 2011. Mr. Tarasiuk is widely recognized for leadership in technology and policy strategy and for executing information technology programs. In January 2011, he received the prestigious National Intelligence Reform Medal from the Director of National Intelligence for significant accomplishments leading to the transformation and integration of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

From 2005 to 2010, Mr. Tarasiuk served as Chief Information Officer at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where he was responsible for leading Enterprise Information Technology and Information Management. In this role, he supported cyber defense and also served as the CIA's Senior Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer.

Prior to being appointed CIO, Mr. Tarasiuk was Director of CIA's Information Services Center, where he was responsible for the execution of Enterprise IT services in support of CIA's global mission. In his early years at CIA, Mr. Tarasiuk served overseas in an operational role with the National Clandestine Service. He has served in other senior executive, technical and program management roles throughout his distinguished career. He began his federal career as a project engineer with Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. Mr. Tarasiuk has more than 27 years of federal service.

Mr. Tarasiuk holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and a Master of Science from the George Washington University.

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