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David Shive

CIO, U.S. General Services Administration

David Shive is the Chief Information Officer for the U.S. General Services Administration.

Mr. Shive joined the U.S. General Services Administration's Office of the Chief Information Officer in November 2012.  Prior to being named Acting CIO, he was the Director of the Office of Enterprise Infrastructure, responsible for the enterprise information technology infrastructure platforms and capability that support the GSA business enterprise.  He was also the Acting Director of HR and FM Systems for the GSA CFO and CPO offices.

Prior to joining GSA, he served in the District of Columbia government as a Chief Information Officer.  In this role, Mr. Shive had executive responsibility for agency IT operations including financial systems, security and privacy programs, internal controls and compliance, strategic planning, enterprise architecture and performance management and measurement programs and directed the transformation of enterprise systems and processes, to public/private cloud hybrid.  Mr. Shive was the recipient of the 2012 Washington, D.C., CFO Meritorious Service Award.

Mr. Shive is a member of the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System Alumni Association; American Meteorological Society, DC Chapter; Project Management Institute, DC Chapter; the Air Force Association and the Government Finance Officers Association.

He holds an undergraduate degree in physics from California State University, Fresno; a master’s degree in research meteorology from the University of Maryland College Park; and a post-graduate management certificate from the Carnegie Mellon Graduate School of Industrial Management.

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“Information wants to be free” Stewart Brand, the American writer and tech visionary, once told Steve Wozniak. It is a simple fact of life for anyone managing data. It’s too easy to move data from one place to another, too simple to connect to a useful API, that we frequently spend a lot of time and money locking up our data to keep it safe and secure....