Don Burke is a leading proponent of the Enterprise 2.0 ethos within the Intelligence Community and is currently the “Intellipedia Doyen”, which is a role he has held since the spring of 2006. In this role he is partnered with other early adopters in an effort to demonstrate the value of social software tools, educate the Community on how to use these tools, and advocate for improvements to the environment with the goal of improving our ability to capture our knowledge and expertise. Mr. Burke is currently employed by the CIA’s Chief Information Officer and has a diverse 19+ year background in the Federal Government working a wide range of technical and analytical issues including collection, technical analysis, congressionally directed actions, direct support to operations, project management, advanced visualization technologies, software development, budgeting, and management. Mr. Burke has been quoted extensively in the media including the Intellipedia presentation “From the Bottom-Up: Building the 21st Century Intelligence Community” at the 2008 Enterprise 2.0 conference and as a cover article in the October 2009 Government Executive magazine. Mr. Burke was the co-winner of the Homeland Security Award in the 2009 Service to America Medals (Sammies).
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