Gary Galloway retiring from State Dept.
Gary Galloway, deputy director of the State Department’s Office of Information Assurance, will be retiring Nov. 1, FedScoop has learned.
Galloway, who was worked for State in some IT capacity since 1986, plans to join the private sector.
Since May 2007, Galloway has been deputy director of the Office of Information Assurance, where he also serves as acting director of the Enterprise Risk Division. Prior, Galloway was deputy director and director for business technology of the Office of eDiplomacy from April 2003 to May 2007, and served as acting director of that office from July 2005 to January 2006.
He has been an employee of the Department of State since 1986 and has been with the Bureau of Information Resource Management since 1996.
Galloway specialized in IT security and acquisition programs. He is the recipient of the State Department’s Superior Honor Award, and won a FedScoop 50 Award for Federal Leadership in 2013 and FedMentor of the Year in 2012.