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Report: Bobbie Stempfley to Leave DHS in February, Join Mitre

Roberta Stempfley
Roberta Stempfley

Bobbie Stempfley, deputy assistant secretary for cybersecurity strategy and emergency communications at the Department of Homeland Security, is set to depart her role on Feb. 13, Federal News Radio reported Thursday.

Jason Miller reports Stempfley will join Mitre Corp. as director of cyber strategy implementation at the nonprofit company.

She joined the agency in 2010 as director of the national cybersecurity division within the agency’s Office of Cybersecurity and Communications and later became a deputy assistant secretary and an acting assistant secretary there.

Stempfley took part in agency programs to help the U.S. government adopt a continuous monitoring approach for network protection and secure the federally-run health insurance exchange portal, Miller writes.

Before DHS, she was the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s deputy chief information officer.

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