DoD, Raytheon Vet Brian Teeple Named DHS CTO

Brian Teeple, a Department of Defense veteran and former Raytheon executive, has been named chief technology officer for the Department of Homeland Security, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. Most recently, Teeple served as acting deputy chief information officer for command, control, communications and computers and information infrastructure capabilities under the DoD CIO. 

In his prior capacity, Teeple provided advisory support on C4IIC operations, information dominance and policy development activities involving nuclear and non-nuclear C2 and communications capabilities. He also held leadership positions at the National Reconnaissance Office and the discontinued Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration.

Before entering government service, Teeple spent over a decade with Raytheon where he served across various engineering and program management roles. Kevin Wince, acting CTO of DHS, will leave the agency on April 26 as chief enterprise architect and deputy CTO.

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