Luke McCormack has been named vice chairman of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council and will serve in that position in addition to his CIO role at the Department of Homeland Security, FCW reported Friday.
He fills the dual leadership role vacated by Richard Spires, according to the report by Mark Rockwell.
McCormack rejoined DHS in December after serving as deputy assistant attorney general of information resources management and CIO for the Justice Department since February 2012.
He directed the Customs and Border Protection agency’s infrastructure services unit on an acting basis between 2004 and 2005.
Prior to that, McCormarck served as director of architecture and engineering and as director of systems engineering at CBP.