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Our Team and Leadership

CIO Council- Enterprise Operations Committee (E-Ops); formerly SSI

About the Enterprise Operations Committee (E-Ops); formerly SSI

The E-Ops Committee operates under the authority of the CIO Council. In furthering the Council’s goals, the Committee addresses topics with the area defined by the Committee’s Purpose through:

  • the application of Council resources to develop strategies and policy advice and to sponsor or host events; ‘
  • the participation of Committee members;
  • coordination with the Office of Federal CIO; and
  • communication to the Federal IT community.

Strategic Focus Areas

The committee focuses on acquisition reform and Federal IT infrastructure through execution of the following policies and initiatives:

  • Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA)
  • Technology Business Management (TBM)
  • Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI)
  • Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC)
  • Information Resource Management (IRM)
  • Enterprise Architecture (EA)
  • Shared Services

Leadership

Sylvia Burns, Tri-Chair
Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Vaughn Noga, Tri-Chair
Chief Information Officer
Environmental Protection Agency

Jeff Seaton, Tri-Chair
Chief Information Officer National Aeronautics and Space Administration

The E-Ops Max Page (login required) provides tools and resources to encourage information sharing and collaboration.

 

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