Dr. Clark Cully is the Deputy Chief Data Officer (CDO) for the U.S. Department of Defense, within the Chief Digital and AI Office. He leads development of DoD’s data strategy, has stood up the Department’s CDO organization, and integrates data in the Department’s Digital Modernization Program. His prior role was Advisor to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, in which he authored portions of 2018 National Defense Strategy, the 2018 DoD Cyber Strategy, and the 2018 DoD Cyber Posture Review. He also managed DoD programs on 5G technology, innovation, professional education, nuclear weapons policy, and command and control modernization. His other technology and policy roles in National Security include DoD Office of Defense Research & Engineering, NATO ISAF Headquarters in Afghanistan, the Office of Nonproliferation Research and Development in the U.S. Department of Energy, and the Committee on International Security & Arms Control at the National Academy of Sciences.
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