Michael Mestrovich, principal deputy chief information officer for the U.S. Department of State (DoS), will serve as a keynote speaker at Potomac Officers Club’s Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual Event on Wednesday, August 19th.
In his role with DoS, Mestrovich is responsible for managing all IT operations under the purview of the Bureau of Information Resource Management, including Information Assurance, Business Management and Planning, Operations and Foreign Operations.
In addition, Mestrovich directly supervises the Office of External Affairs (EA), the Strategic Communications Management (SCM) unit, and the Cloud Program Management Office (CPMO). He previously served as the director of the Technical Services Office at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
His prior roles include technical director of Global Communication Services, chief architect for the Intelligence Community Desktop Joint Program Management Office, senior technology officer for Solutions and the senior technology officer for Innovation.
During the event, Mestrovich will address the integration and expansion of 5G and other emerging technologies; adaptation to a “new normal,” such as teleworking and reentry; and how leaders and businesses can use mission software factories to their advantage.
Mestrovich will be joined by an expert panel, featuring Paul Girardi, assistant vice president of Cybersecurity with AT&T Public Sector.
Register for Potomac Officers Club’s Secure IT Modernization in Today’s Environment Virtual event to learn more about how to evolve and adapt quickly in crisis to ensure global accessibility and connectivity.