Director, Information Resources Management Division
U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)
John Sullivan currently serves as the Director, Information Resources Management Division within the GSA Office of Information, Integrity, and Access, Office of Government-wide Policy. He has served multiple agencies and cross agency information management and enterprise architecture programs for over 20 years.
In previous roles, John served as the Office of E-government and Information Technology within the Office of Management and Budget managing key elements of the Federal Enterprise Architecture Program. Prior to OMB, he was an Associate Division Director within U.S. EPA’s Office of Environmental Information overseeing the Enterprise Architecture, Capital Planning and Investment Control, IT Policy, and IT Human Capital Programs.
John built the US EPA’s Enterprise Architecture Program, and helped establish the Environmental Information Exchange Network, bringing federal, state, and tribal environmental information together. For many years he served as the U.S. EPA Chief Enterprise Architect. Today, he supports the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Program in several cross-agency resource management concerns.
Prior to federal service, John was an energy conservation consultant for gas and electric utilities.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Management form The University of Connecticut and and a Management Master’s Degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Maryland University College.