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Congress passed the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act December 17, 2004, establishing the position of the Director of National Intelligence and the supporting Office of the DNI. Six days later, Congress established the Intelligence Community Chief Information Officer through the Intelligence Authorization Act of 2005, empowering the position with Community-wide authority over enterprise architecture. The act established four areas of IC CIO responsibility above and beyond those accorded to other federal-level CIOs through legislation.
President Barack Obama appointed Dr. Raymond Cook to the position of IC CIO CIO on July 23, 2015, reporting directly to the Director of National Intelligence.
IC CIO is comprised of three divisions: Mission Engagement, Strategic Programs and Data Management.
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