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Priscilla Guthrie, CIO, National Intelligence
Priscilla Guthrie joined the Office of the Director of National intelligence as its CIO in May and is charged with setting IT standards, developing IT architecture, and managing IT procurement for the intelligence community.
Among her challenges are information sharing and enterprise IT governance across the 16 intelligence agencies. While the intelligence community has been lauded for collaborative tools it has developed like the Intellipedia wiki and A-Space, a collaborative social media environment for intelligence sharing and analysis, there's still plenty of work to be done. The office of the director of national intelligence is a fairly new organization, so Guthrie will also have to continue to consolidate, centralize, and coordinate IT across the agencies.
Before joining ODNI, Guthrie was director of the IT and systems division of the Institute for Defense Analyses, which does research and development for the Department of Defense. Earlier, she served as principal deputy CIO and deputy CIO for the Defense Department. She also was VP for e-business at TRW, an aerospace, defense, credit reporting, and automotive company that has since been broken up.