Author - Dale W. Meyerrose

President George W. Bush appointed Dale W. Meyerrose the first Associate Director of National Intelligence and Chief Information Officer on December 21, 2005, with the advice and consent of the United States Senate. Dale serves as the Chief Information Officer for the United States Intelligence Community and the Intelligence Community Information Sharing Executive. Dale manages activities relating to the information technology infrastructure and enterprise requirements of the Intelligence Community. Dale came to this position after over thirty years of military service, culminating with his retirement from the United States Air Force as a Major General in November 2005. His career highlights include service as a director and Chief Information Officer in three Air Force major air commands and three unified combatant commands, a deployed Joint Task Force Director of Communications in Southwest Asia, and a commander of two major Air Force communications units. Dale has been honored with the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, two Legions of Merit, two Defense Meritorious Service Medals, and six Meritorious Service Medals. .


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