Luke McCormack has been ICE chief information officer (CIO) since 2005. As the agency’s top technology administrator, McCormack brings significant management expertise from a career in both government and the private sector.
McCormack has more than 18 years of service in the federal government. Before joining ICE, McCormack served as acting executive director of the Infrastructure Services Division in the Office of Information Technology at U.S. Customs and Border Protection. In addition, he has gained diverse experience in the private sector with MCI, Ford Aerospace and smaller minority-owned firms.
Since joining ICE, he has restructured the CIO office organization to ensure that it is aligned with the overall ICE mission, current operational priorities, core business processes and emerging information technology needs. He continually seeks opportunities to partner with other organizations within ICE, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal law enforcement agencies to provide support to operations and strategic initiatives.
McCormack holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Maryland, College Park, along with key certifications from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, Customs Leadership Institute and the National Defense University.
A native of Long Island, N.Y., McCormack has two sons and resides in Virginia.