Author - Mike Dunham

Mike was the Chief Enterprise Architect at U.S. Department of Treasury, and retired in November of last year. He served in that position for two years and presided over development of the architecture for the Department's $2.6 billion portfolio. As a part of his duties, he served on the Governance Sub-Committee of the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC) of the Federal CIO Council. In that capacity he is the Team Lead for the recently formed Chief Architects Forum (CAF) that serves as a government-wide platform for chief architects to explore the most pressing issues they face in developing enterprise architecture in their agencies. Prior to that, Mike served as the Director of the Center for eGovernance at the National Academy of Public Administration. Other notable experience includes service with the National Performance Review developing recommendations on use of IT resources within the Federal Government.


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