Barbara Hoffman

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hoffmanBarbara Hoffman has served as the Department of the Navy’s principal deputy chief information officer since Dec. 6, 2009. Her duties include overseeing, managing and providing strategic guidance for everyday information management and IT activities of the DON CIO staff. She also manages all DON CIO functional teams, including enterprise architecture, emerging technology, and cybersecurity.

Hoffman is also director of investment management for the DON CIO with duties such as portfolio management, development of functional area managers’ architectures, Clinger-Cohen Act confirmation, and IT inquiries from Congress.

Before her role as principal deputy CIO, Hoffman served as director of operations and was responsible for personnel management, comptroller management, facilities management, security requirements, internal and external communication, and contract oversight.

Prior to being director of operations, Hoffman held various leadership roles in the e-business and e-government areas.

Hoffman is the recipient of the DON Meritorious Civilian Service Award in 2006, the Government Computer News IT Leader Award in 2006, and a 2009 winner of the Federal 100 Award. She earned her bachelor’s degree in technology management from the University of Maryland and her master’s degree in management and technology from George Mason University. She is also a graduate of the Federal Women’s Executive Leadership Program.

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