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Jeffrey A. Sorenson, CIO, US Army
As the Army's CIO since 2007, Lieutenant General Jeffrey Sorenson has been working to give the Army a more centralized and standardized IT architecture.
For example, the Army is beginning to transform LandWarNet--its overarching communications infrastructure--from a fragmented set of assets into a more centralized, standardized, secure, and faster network. That has meant centralizing network operations into a single entity, implementing standardized IT governance, and transitioning battle command software and services out of command posts and installations and into a centralized enterprise architecture.
Under Sorenson, the Army has focused on virtualization, enterprise data management and warehousing, SOA, enterprise e-mail, and global identity management. There's also a new Army CIO Web page, and both Sorenson and the CIO's office are on Twitter.
Before becoming Army CIO, Sorenson was deputy for acquisition and systems management to the assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology. He spent more than 20 years in military technology acquisitions.