Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has appointed two executives to the Senior Executive Service and assigned them both to the department’s office of the chief information officer, the Pentagon announced Tuesday.
Frederick J. Moorefield Jr., formerly director of technical and strategic plans in the Air Force Spectrum Management Office, will serve as director of spectrum, policy and programs within the office of the CIO.
Mark. J. Morrison, former cyber issues officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency, will serve as deputy CIO for cybersecurity and also is assigned to the office of the CIO.
The Pentagon also announced Brian P. Burns, previously deputy director for warfighter systems integration in the Air Force’s office of information dominance, is the new deputy CIO for information enterprise.
The information dominance office falls within the CIO’s office and the Air Force secretary’s office.
Earlier this month, the Defense Information Systems Agency named David Bennett to succeed Henry Sienkiewicz as director, while Sienkiewicz will become the agency’s vice chief executive for information assurance.