Gerald J Caron III, CIO, Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General

Gerald J Caron III, CIO, Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General

CIO, Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General

Mr. Caron is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) / Assistant Inspector General of Information Technology (AIG/IT) for the Office of Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as of May 2021. Mr. Caron has over 24 years of information technology (IT) experience. He began his career in the US Army working in hands-on technical positions serving for 7 years. Previously he has served as the Director of Enterprise Network Management (ENM) within the Directorate of Operations in the Bureau of Information Resource Management (IRM) at the Department of State (DOS) since June 2016. Mr. Caron then spent 2 years as a contractor with the federal government, where he acquired more refined technical skills and a more detailed understanding of IT operations. He joined the federal government at the Department of State (DOS) in 2003 as a Systems Administrator. He has held multiple positions at the DOS, moving from managing small technical groups leading up to Director for ENM. One of his most significant accomplishments was acting as the technical liaison during a major cyber security event at the Department. His leadership allowed the Department to resolve the incident as quickly and effectively as possible with minimal impact to the mission.


Where Do Federal Agencies Stand with Zero Trust Implementation?

Presented by Sherri Bystrowski, CISSP, Chief Information Security Officer, Program Executive Office Soldier , Gerald J Caron III, CIO, Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General , Grant Schneider, Senior Director for Cybersecurity services ( Former U.S. federal CISO), Venable LLP , David Shive, CIO, U.S. General Services Administration  •  July 28, 2022

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