Glenn W. Miller is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor. He joined the Foreign Service in 1991 and was appointed Deputy Chief Information Officer for Foreign Operations (DCIO/FO) on March 6, 2017. He most recently served as the Director of the Office of Information Technology Infrastructure.

During his 27 years of service, he was posted overseas for information management tours in Belize City, Frankfurt, Moscow, Warsaw, and Seoul, and served as the Consular Fraud Prevention Manager in Dhaka and as the Deputy Management Counselor in Kabul. Domestically, he served as Division Chief in multiple IRM offices, and as the Director of the Customer Service Office.

In his capacity as the DCIO/FO, Mr. Miller provides IT infrastructure, core IT modernization, telephone systems and radio networks, emergency and special event mobile satellite systems, and other programs and services. He manages an IT investment of $154 million and leads a domestic workforce of more than 600 as well as the forward-deployed Regional Information Management Centers (RIMCs) providing global regional technical and operations support to the more than 300 overseas sites, and nearly 100,000 technology users.

Mr. Miller is a proud four-year veteran of the U.S. Army Signal Corps.

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