Government Leaders: Profiles of Keith Alexander and Robert Carey
ExecutiveGov publishes original biographies every week of executives who serve in the U.S. government
This release will look at two of the original biographies published on the site in the past week.
The first biography is of Army Gen. Keith Alexander who serves as director of the National Security Agency and commander of U.S. Cyber Command.
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At NSA, the 38-year Army veteran leads that agency’s national foreign intelligence, combat support and U.S. national security information system activities.
Some of his previous assignments include service as deputy chief of staff at the Department of the Army; commanding general of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command; director of intelligence at Central Command; and deputy director for requirements, capabilities, assessments and doctrine for the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Robert Carey serves as principal deputy chief information officer at the Defense Department.
In this position, he helps lead consolidation and standardization efforts for the defense information technology enterprise, cybersecurity posture and enterprise architecture.
He served as CIO for the Department of the Navy and led initiatives involving transformation, enterprise services, Internet usage and information security before his current role.
Carey is a recipient of two Department of the Navy Distinguished Civilian Service Awards, Superior and Meritorious Civilian Service Awards, three Federal 100 Awards, a Defense Executive valwy Year Award from GCN and a Executive Leadership-Defense Award from the Association for Federal Information Resources Management.
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