Molly ONeill
Assistant Administrator and CIO
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Molly O’Neill was confirmed by the Senate as EPA’s chief information officer and assistant administrator for the Office of Environmental Information in December 2006. She is responsible for establishing an innovative center of excellence that advances the creation, management, and use of information as a strategic resource at EPA. In her role, O’Neill oversees its strategic information planning, investment and information policies, enterprise architecture, and information security program. As EPA's CIO, she is a member of the Federal CIO Council, where she currently serves as the co-chair of the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee.

Prior to EPA, O'Neill was state director for the National Environmental Information Exchange at the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS). In that role, she led the efforts of environmental department participants from every state and interfaced with U.S. EPA counterparts and other partners. In recognition for her leadership as the executive coordinator of the Exchange Network, she received a 2004 Federal 100 award as one of the top executives influencing government technology. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech.