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Ms. Denise Hill is the United States Department of Energy’s Deputy Chief Information Officer for Enterprise Policy, Portfolio Management and Governance.  Ms. Hill directs the management of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) program, DOE IT Governance (i.e. Cyber Council), the Enterprise IT Project Management Office (ePMO), DOE Section 508 Program, DOE IT Budget and Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC), IT Policy, Paperwork Reduction Act, and Government-wide IT initiatives.  This direction includes enterprise-wide compliance with external laws, regulations, policies, and standards.

Ms. Hill previously served as the Director, Policy and Performance Management Division, Office of the Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Energy. In this position, Ms. Hill was responsible for leading the Department’s enterprise-wide programs including E-government, IT Policy, the Enterprise Project Management Office (ePMO), Performance, Information Collection, Section 508, Open Source Software, Category Management, FAC-P/PM IT Core-Plus Specialty Certification, and Internet Protocol v6 among others.

With over 20 years of Information Management and Government Policy experience, she brings board-level experience at the Agency level, to include: The Social Security Administration, Department of Education, Department of the Army, and Department of Commerce.  Ms. Hill has well-documented success in managing Federal-wide and Department-level programs, software development, agency networks, strategic planning to include FITARA implementation and reporting, policy development.  Ms. Hill is highly experienced in managing innovation initiatives and providing expert technical guidance.

She holds a Master of Science degree in Technology Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.  Ms. Hill credits her parents George and Ethel Boston with instilling in her an uncannily strong work ethic and an appreciation for the role lifelong learning would plays in life.