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MR. DANA DEASY
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER,
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Mr. Dana Deasy is the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer (DoD CIO). He is the primary advisor to the Secretary of Defense for matters of information management, information technology, and information assurance, as well as non-intelligence space systems, critical satellite communications, navigation and timing programs, spectrum, and telecommunications.

Mr. Deasy previously held several private sector senior leadership positions, most recently as Global Chief Information Officer (CIO) of JPMorgan Chase. There, he was responsible for the firm’s technology systems and infrastructure across all of the firm’s businesses worldwide. Mr. Deasy managed a budget of more than $9 billion and over 40,000 technologists supporting JPMorgan Chase’s Retail, Wholesale and Asset Management businesses. He has more than 35 years of experience leading and delivering large scale IT strategies and projects, to include Chief Information Officer and Group Vice President at BP.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Deasy served as CIO for General Motors North America, Tyco International, and Siemens Americas. He also held several senior leadership positions at Rockwell Space Systems Division, including as Director of Information Management for Rockwell’s space shuttle program.

He was inducted into the CIO Hall of Fame in 2012 and the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals Hall of Fame in 2013 and also named Transformational CIO in 2017 Rajive Mathur comes to SSA after spending six years at the IRS as its director or online services. He left the IRS last fall.

As director of online services, he oversaw the development of a host of services including the Get Transcript tool, online applications, and Where’s My Refund portal. The IRS said in fiscal year 2016, citizens filed more than 168.8 million returns and other forms electronically. These represented 69.1 percent of all filings, an increase of 1.9 percent over the share of electronic filing in 2015.

Before joining the IRS, he spent two years as managing director for Careers After Combat.

He also spent three years as vice president of online strategy for Fidelity Investments.