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Vicki Jo McBee

Deputy Chief Information Officer

National Counterterrorism Center

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National Counterterrorism Center

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Employment History

Vice President, Strategic Planning

The Analysis Corporation


Officer

Central Intelligence Agency


The Boeing Company


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www.the-analysis-corp.com

Vicki Jo McBeeThe Analysis Corporation (TAC) : Management Team Vicki Jo McBeeVicki Jo McBeeVice President, Strategic PlanningMs. McBee joined TAC in November 2005 after serving for over 22 years as an officer of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).She was assigned to the National Counterterrorism Center (formerly Terrorist Threat Integration Center) at its inception in May 2003 as the Deputy Chief Information Officer and later as the Chief of Strategic Planning and Integration.Ms. McBee has managed several large-scale information technology and business process integration programs, as well as supervised the centralization of infrastructure services to include server and network consolidation.In addition to program management, Ms. McBee is a three-time technology group chief supporting highly visible mission initiatives.She has served on several working groups that produced Programmatic and Software Lifecycle Guidelines, set standards and thresholds for Program Manager and Contracting Officer Technical Representative certifications, and recommended and implemented broad organizational change.During her tenure at CIA, Ms. McBee served in three directorates, supported programs within the Office of the Executive Director, and received numerous performance and management awards to include the Director of Intelligence Medal and the Director of Central Intelligence Quality Improvement Award.Prior to government service, Ms. McBee was employed by The Boeing Company in Vienna, Virginia.Ms. McBee earned bachelor degrees in Biology and Psychology from George Mason University.


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Vicki Jo McBeeVicki Jo McBeeVice President, Strategic Planning


www.cleveland.com

Those improvements should reduce errors and free up analysts for more pressing tasks, said Vicki Jo McBee, the counterterrorism center's chief information officer.
The new system will also ease the sharing of fingerprints and iris and facial images of people on the watch list among screening agencies, McBee said. And rather than sending data once a night to the Terrorist Screening Center's watch list, which can take hours, the new system should be able to update the list almost instantly as names are entered, McBee said. Deployment has not been smooth. TIDE 2, as it is called, failed readiness tests and missed a December launch deadline. But now, McBee said, all tests have been passed and the system will be launched this month.


www.theolympian.com

Those improvements should reduce errors and free up analysts for more pressing tasks, said Vicki Jo McBee, the counterterrorism center's chief information officer.
The system will also ease the sharing of fingerprints and iris and facial images of people on the watch list among screening agencies, McBee said. And rather than sending data once a night to the Terrorist Screening Center's watch list, which can take hours, the new system should be able to update the list almost instantly as names are entered, McBee said. Deployment has not been smooth. TIDE 2, as it is called, failed readiness tests and missed a December launch deadline. But now, McBee said, all tests have been passed and the system will be launched in January.


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