Donald E. Adcock - Deputy Chief Information Officer and Acting Associate Chief Information Officer for Energy Information Technology Services
As the Deputy Chief Information Officer and the Acting Associate Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Energy Information Technology (IT) Services, Mr. Adcock is responsible for leading and delivering a full array of essential and mission critical IT services for the Department of Energy. Mr. Adcock provides strategic leadership and operational oversight of the Department’s primary IT infrastructure and is responsible for implementing the Office of the CIO’s services transformation activities and for providing secure, national-level decision making capabilities for the Secretary of Energy, his advisors, and the principal leadership of the Department.
Mr. Adcock has held various leadership roles within the federal government, military service and the private-sector. Prior to his current role, Mr. Adcock served as the Executive Director, U.S. Army Information Technology Agency in the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army. As the Executive Director, he was responsible for directing numerous IT organizations that provide a full range of customer-focused, economical, reliable and secure IT capabilities and services to the Armed Services, DoD activities in the Pentagon, and select agencies in the National Capital Region. Mr. Adcock also served in a range of leadership and management positions with the Defense Intelligence Agency where, as Program Manager, Solutions for the IT Enterprise, he led a $6.5 billion IT acquisition program. Mr. Adcock also served as Chief, Office for Intelligence Solutions where he focused on transforming the agency’s intelligence applications portfolio by providing leadership and management for all Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems related applications and programs.
Mr. Adcock was selected to the Senior Executive Service in March 2010. He earned a Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) from the University of Maryland University College (UMUC); and both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Soviet Area Studies and an Associate of Arts degree in Business Management from the European Division of UMUC.