Luncheon w/ Janice Haith, SES, Director, Department of Navy Deputy CIO (N) Division
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Ms. Haith became Director, DDCIO-N, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance Director (formally Assessments and Compliance) in April 2010. In this position, she is responsible for all Chief Information Officer (CIO) matters related to Navy. This includes Governance, Enterprise Architecture, Information Assurance, Information Management/Information Technology/IT Efficiencies and Clinger-Cohen Act Compliance.
A security, intelligence and CIO professional, since 1984, Ms Haith has completed assignments of increasing complexity in an extensive range of organizations. This included
Service as a Security Adjudicator for the Department of Justice; a Program Element Manager (Security and Investigations) for Department of the Air Force; Joint Personnel Adjudication System Program Manager for USAF and DoD simultaneously; DoD e-Government Program Manager for Internal Efficiency and Effectiveness, and tenure as a Congressional Fellow on behalf of USAF.
A security, intelligence and CIO professional since 1984, Ms Haith has completed assignments of increasing complexity in an extensive range of organizations. This included tenure as a Security Adjudicator for the Department of Justice; a Program Element Manager (Security and Investigations) for Department of the Air Force; Program Manager for USAF (Joint Personnel Adjudication System) and DoD simultaneously; DoD e-Government Program Manager for Internal Efficiency and Effectiveness, and tenure as a Congressional Fellow on behalf of USAF.
Ms Haith was appointed a member of the Senior Executive Service in August 2004, as the Principal Deputy/Chief Information Officer for the Defense Security Service managing day-to day agency operations and overseeing development of a DoD Enterprise Security System. She subsequently was appointed as the Director, Intelligence Access for Warfighter Support (Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence) to oversee development of Defense Intelligence policy for information sharing, foreign disclosure and management ofthe Information Technology Portfolio.
She subsequently was assigned to the position, Director, Enterprise Operations/Federal Information Sharing Executive for the DoD CIO. Her responsibilities included DoD oversight and management ofkey Federal Information Sharing programs as well as Network Operations Policy and Strategy, Unified Capabilities and GIG policy exceptions.
Ms Haith is a graduate of Hampton Institute where she earned a bachelor's of arts degree in sociology and a master's of science degree in technology management from the University of Maryland. She is a also graduate ofthe National Defense University- Chief Information Officer Program and Information Assurance Programs.
11:30am: Check-In and Reception
12:00pm - 1:30pm: Luncheon and Program
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Government employees and active military attend free of charge, but must register in advance. Onsite registrations for government and military personal are charged at the normal on-site rate.
A $5.00 onsite surcharge is added to walk-on registrations, if space is available. Be sure to preregister to guarantee your space and to save money!Cancellation Policy: Full refunds up to 48 hours prior to the event. No refunds thereafter.
Dress:Civilians: Business Attire
Military: Uniform of the Day
AFCEA NOVA offers a shuttle-ride service between the Pentagon and the Sheraton for luncheon attendees.
The drivers will depart the
Pentagon at 11:05am for the Sheraton and departs the Sheraton at 1:30pm
return to the Pentagon by 2:00pm.
To sign up for a ride from the Pentagon, please 1) Register for the Luncheon, and then 2) Fill out the separate Shuttle Registration Form.