IT Security Office of the Chief Information Security Officer

The Chief Information Security Officer develops and manages the GSA information technology (IT) security and privacy program, provides the services and expertise across the agency to implement and maintain the IT security program; as well as establishes and promulgates IT security policies, procedures, controls, and guidelines. The Chief Information Security Officer also ensures that new vulnerabilities are mitigated in a timely manner, manages the annual Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) assessment process and conducts continuous monitoring of GSA systems and addresses incidents. In addition, the Chief Information Security Officer provides and monitors required security training for GSA employees, ensures GSA’s compliance with the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended; the Fair Information Practice Principles; and all privacy issues and concerns.

For more privacy information, please refer to GSA's Privacy Program.

Last Reviewed 2016-08-03