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Energy CIO Brese to leave government
Monday - 8/18/2014, 11:41am EDT
In an email sent to staff today, and obtained by Federal News Radio, Brese said his last day will be Sept. 5. Brese didn't say in his email where he was going next.
Energy CIO Bob Brese (File Photo)
Don Adcock will be the interim CIO when Brese leaves. Adcock came to Energy in April 2012 after spending more than two years as the executive director of the Army IT Agency.
"I will miss working with each of you. It has been an honor and a privilege to have been part of this great organization and to have a hand in all the improvements we have made," Brese wrote. "I canšt think of a better way to cap off more than 30 years of combined military and federal service than to have spent the last of four of them with you."
Brese spent 22 years in the Navy as a submarine officer and spent seven years at Energy, including the last four as its CIO.
During his tenure as CIO, Brese focused on modernizing Energy's IT infrastructure through the OneNNSA network to create a technology backbone with seamless identity management and collaboration services.
Brese also led the effort to improve Energy's cyber posture by creating a Joint Cyber Coordination Effort (JC3), which reached initial operating capability in 2013 and continues to expand.
In addition to his daily CIO work, Brese also co-led the American Energy Data Challenge to introduce the public to the open data and application programming interface resources offered by DoE. One of the goals of the challenge is help the public use the data to create new tools.