Unified Shared Service Management Office
General Services Administration
Beth Angerman is the Executive Director of the new Unified Shared Service Management Office in GSA, responsible for working closely with OMB, the new >governance board, providers, and customers to implement the enterprise-wide vision for mission-support functions across government. Beth is a change agent motivated by collaborative stakeholder engagement and delivering results. She’s driven to lead strategies for government to be better stewards of taxpayer dollars and to help Federal organizations deliver missions better, faster, and cheaper.
Chief Information Officer
Office of Information Technology
Department of Health and Human Service's Health Resources and Services Administration
Adriane Burton has served as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) within Health and Human Services since 2014. She has transformed HRSA’s grants management and performance reporting systems that provide oversight for over 80 health programs, implemented Business Intelligence capabilities across the enterprise, and deployed an infrastructure to support a mobile workforce. Prior to coming to HRSA, she worked at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for 12 years in various positions that supported 40,000 users. She was the Director of the Division of Computer System Services (DCSS) at the Center for Information Technology (CIT) where she managed NIH’s 37,000 square foot central Data Center. Ms. Burton implemented an agile NIH private computing cloud; deployed elastic storage; upgraded NIH’s email and messaging systems; expanded NIH’s Scientific Computing capabilities; re-architected NIH’s video streaming architecture to improve video functionality and video quality; deployed collaboration tools; and improved the overall security for IT systems.
Assistant Director for Privacy and Security Compliance
Office of Information Technology
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Stacy Dawn is the Assistant Director for Privacy and Security Compliance at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In this role, she leads a diverse team ensuring compliance with current Securities Acts, laws, regulations, and best business practices. Stacy has over 20 years civil service and was formerly the Director of Cybersecurity and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). In all her roles, she continually works with the entire Office of Information Technology (OIT) staff to ensure security is “baked-in” for all software development, acquisitions, and agency projects.
Deputy Chief Information Officer
Department of the Navy (Retired)
Ms. Haith retired from Federal Service 4 February 2017 after 34 years of Service. Since retirement, Ms. Haith has been independently consulting in the Washington DC area.
Prior to retirement, Ms. Haith was the Deputy, Department of Navy Chief Information Officer (Navy) (Civilian Executive), to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare. In this position, she was responsible for all Chief Information Officer (CIO) matters related to the US Navy. This included Information Technology (IT) and Cybersecurity Governance; IT Functional Area Management/Portfolio Management; Enterprise Architecture; Cybersecurity; Information Management/Information Technology Efficiencies-Data Center Consolidation; Commercial Enterprise Hosting; Cloud Services, and Clinger-Cohen Act Compliance.
Director IT, Enterprise Services
Department of Commerce
Ms. Renee Macklin is the Director of Information Technology Enterprise Services for the Department of Commerce (DOC). In 2013, Ms. Macklin accepted the position as the Chief Information Officer/Chief Privacy Officer for Small Business Administration (SBA). Prior to joining SBA, she was the Chief Information Officer for International Trade Administration within the Department of Commerce for 12 years. In previous years, Renee managed several information technology organizations and data operation centers whose mission was the delivery of telecommunication products and services to Fortune 500 businesses globally.