Steve Grewal, the Education Department's chief information security officer, joined Federal News Radio on March 6, 2014, for an online chat.
Grewal answered questions about his agency's new security operations center (SOC), the cyber workforce, and challenges with security at the agency. View an archived version of the chat.
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General Services Administration
The first time he was the CIO was for the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service.
He then left government, only to come back to be the CIO of the merged organization that includes the old FSS, now known as the Federal Acquisition Service.
In many ways, his two experiences as CIO have been similar.
This time, however, O'Hare brought the memory of some of the frustrations he experienced when he was in industry to the job this time and is trying to address them.
O'Hare, who May 2 will replace John Johnson as the assistant commissioner for the Integrated Technology Services, wants FAS to make it easier for vendors to interact with the service.
O'Hare will be replaced on an acting basis by Elizabeth DelNegro as FAS CIO.