Luke McCormack Accepts New Position As CIO For The DOJ

Luke McCormack, DOJ

Today, John Morton, Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that ICE CIO, Luke McCormack has accepted a new position as the CIO for the Department of Justice (DOJ). Luke will move to DOJ in late March, taking over for acting CIO Eric R. Olson. He will provide leadership and oversight of the department’s information technology programs and services, in support of their law enforcement mission.

Luke has been with ICE since July 2005.  As CIO, he has made an impact moving the agency forward as he maintained responsibility for all aspects of ICE’s information technology portfolio, including strategic planning, enterprise architecture and cyber security.  During his time at ICE, he has strengthened the agency’s cyber security and infrastructure operations and modernized a variety of business systems.

Luke has received numerous awards and honors during his tenure at ICE, including the Secretary of Homeland Security’s silver award – the second highest award at DHS – as well as a presidential meritorious award for his outstanding efforts in information technology.


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