Join WHS for its March Luncheon featuring Tiffany McNeill, ERO IT Portfolio Branch Chief, Solutions Delivery Division, Office of the Chief Information Officer, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of Homeland Security. Ms. McNeill will discuss the office and its mission and her integral role there.
Tiffany McNeill is an Information Technology Branch Chief with over 15 years of extensive and broad-ranging information security, federal compliance, governance, Program/Project management and software development experience. She currently works for U.S. Immigrations Customs Enforcement in Washington, D.C. in the Enforcement and Removals Operations IT Portfolio Branch. In this position, Tiffany is responsible for a wide range of supervisory responsibilities, including overseeing and managing multiple contract portfolios where she strategizes, organizes and budgets for multiple programs in support of the Department of Homeland Security’s mission. She oversees the coordination and integration of highly visible projects with executive leadership endorsement.
Prior to her current position, Tiffany worked as an IT Program Manager in the Enforcement and Removals Operations Branch where she was responsible for managing the day-to-day operations for the Detention and Removals Operations Management Program with a life-cycle cost greater than two hundred million dollars.
Tiffany also worked as an Architecture Information Assurance Governance Section Chief where she was responsible for managing and overseeing the information security stance of over 120 projects as they progressed through the system development lifecycle.
Tiffany holds an MBA with a concentration in Management and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Information Systems Management. She holds multiple certifications in management, technology and information systems.
Tiffany is currently an ACT-IAC Partner’s Fellow and has mentored aspiring ACT-IAC Voyagers pursing leadership position in the field of Information Technology.
Tiffany’s Awards and Recognition history include the 2016 ICE Directors Award for Core Value; the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Special Achievement award; the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Special Team award; United States Secret Service Certificate of Appreciation; and the 2012 Modern Day Technology Leader from the Career Communications Group, Inc. STEM achievement recognition program.
About ICE’s Office of the Chief Information Officer:
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) provides information technology (IT) services and products that enable ICE and DHS to meet their respective missions. In order to meet these goals, the OCIO has developed a number of critical IT initiatives that will help ICE modernize its IT systems, adapt and conform to modern IT management disciplines, and provide IT solutions throughout ICE.