Doug Wolfe, former chief information officer of the CIA, has joined TransUnion‘s government advisory board that advises the credit reporting agency on public sector trends.
Wolfe worked at the CIA for 33 years and his last position at the agency was associate deputy director of science and technology, TransUnion said Thursday.
His federal career also includes time as deputy director for acquisition, technology and facilities at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence; deputy director of CIA’s Office of Global Access; and program manager with responsibility over the procurement of a sourcing system for the U.S. intelligence community.
He also currently manages operations at computing and analytics company BlackLynx.
TransUnion offers benefit eligibility verification, data breach response, investigation and fraud services to federal, state and local agencies through the credit bureau’s ’s government information solutions division.