Former FBI Exec John Dvorak Joins Triple-i as CTO; Steve Ikirt Comments

Information Innovators IncJohn Dvorak, a former FBI technical strategist and liaison for the bureau’s work with the Intelligence Community Information Technology Enterprise, has returned to the private sector as chief technology officer of Information Innovators Inc.

Triple-i said Wednesday Dvorak will be in charge of the company’s customer-focused technology strategies and continuous innovation initiatives.

“His unique blend of technology knowledge and acumen, coupled with relevant understanding of the technological opportunities our federal customers can leverage to enable, support and enhance their mission, is an invaluable combination, ” said Triple-i CEO Steve Ikirt.

Dvorak has held other roles at FBI for areas such as analytic software development, enterprise data management, enterprise engineering and IT service management oversight.

He has also worked on open source data systems and data visualization, sharing and discovery.

Dvorak served in the National Institutes of Health as the branch chief for network and engineering services and in the telecommunications industry as CTO before his work at FBI.

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