Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Ms. Juliane J. Gallina is the Agency's Chief Information Officer and the Director of the Information Technology Enterprise (D/ITE). Ms. Gallina brings experience from leadership positions in the public and private sectors.
Prior to her current role, Ms. Gallina served as the Vice President of IBM's US Federal Key Accounts, which included the Intelligence Community, the Departments of Homeland Security, Justice, and Defense as well as Federal Health and Bureau of Fiscal Services accounts. Her business units delivered enterprise security, cloud, hybrid cloud, analytics and artificial intelligence software solutions. At IBM, Ms. Gallina led several efforts to prototype and scale-out artificial intelligence technology to global national security clients.
Before joining IBM, Ms. Gallina served as a CIA Directorate of Science and Technology (DST) officer assigned to the National Reconnaissance Office, where she held management positions in Signals Intelligence Directorate, Advanced Science and Technology Directorate, Communications Directorate and Legislative Affairs. While serving at the NRO she focused on the design, development, launch and operations of space-based national reconnaissance systems and their associated ground systems.
Juliane was commissioned as naval officer at the US Naval Academy, and retired as a reserve officer in 2013. She holds a Master of Science in both Space Systems and Electrical Engineering. While at the US Naval Academy, Juliane was the first woman to lead the brigade of midshipmen since its founding in 1846. As CIO and D/ITE, Ms. Gallina is responsible for all Agency IT systems and personnel, as well as its global communications network. She plays a leading role in CIA's growing partnerships with industry and ensuring that the Agency harnesses rapidly evolving digital technology to advance the mission.