Clyde Richards Jr. Promoted to Deputy Chief Information Officer at National Science Foundation

Clyde Richards Jr., a seasoned professional with over thirty years of experience in the defense and government sector, has been appointed as the deputy chief information officer at the National Science Foundation (NSF). During his tenure at Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), Richards played a critical role in managing the development and implementation of information technology systems for the Department of Defense to support DCSA’s mission objectives.

Prior to his time at DCSA, Richards was the director of the Army Mission Command portfolio at the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army. He also served as the director of the Army and Marine Corps portfolio at Defense Contract Management Agency and as a senior program manager at the Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems.

Richards’ extensive knowledge in program and portfolio management, coupled with his leadership experience in various roles throughout his military career, make him an ideal candidate for his new role at NSF. Join industry leaders and government CIOs on April 17th for Potomac Officers Club’s 5th Annual CIO Summit to learn about modernization strategies in the industry. Register now to secure your spot at this highly anticipated event.

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