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Sunday - 11/13/2011, 9:43pm EST
Deputy Chief Information Officer/G-6
Mike Krieger became Army Deputy Chief Information Officer/g-6 in July 2008. CIO/G-6 provides architecture, governance, portfolio management strategy, C4IT acquisition oversight and operational capabilities to enable joint expeditionary net-centric information dominance for the Army.
Mr. Krieger is a Senior Executive with broad experience in Information Management and Information Technology. He served in the US Army for twenty-five years with operation assignments in communications, and command and control.
He was previously the Principal Director, for the Deputy DoD chief Information Office. He formerly held the position of Director for Information Policy and Integration in the Office of the DoD Chief Information Officer.
Mr. Krieger believes information assets must be visible, accessible, understandable, and trusted to achieve an information advantage for our Soldiers and mission partners.
Mr. Krieger holds a BA from the United States Military Academy, an MS in Physics from Georgia Institute of Technology, and an MS in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University.
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