USPS hires former FBI officer as new Information Technology vice president

Information Technology VP Jeffrey C. Johnson

5/3/16 Jeffrey C. Johnson has joined USPS as Information Technology vice president, overseeing all postal computer systems, software and hardware.

Johnson previously served as chief technology officer for the FBI, where he focused on strengthening threat awareness capabilities and improving the strategic alignment of the agency’s projects and goals.

He also worked at a vice president for Lehman Brothers, where he pioneered the firm’s use of cloud technologies. Johnson began his career with the U.S. Navy, focusing on networking, database infrastructure and communications.

PMG Megan J. Brennan announced Johnson’s appointment recently, citing his 18 years of “customer-centric experience” and recognition throughout the IT sector.

Johnson will report to Kristin Seaver, who was recently named chief information officer.

source: USPS News Link

11 thoughts on “USPS hires former FBI officer as new Information Technology vice president

  1. I always wondered where that dweeb Doogie Howser went? He don’t look to FBI-ish, unless the fanooks took that place over too!

  2. Now we will probably have 25 character passwords, like that makes any difference. They have to do something to justify their jobs.

  3. these thugs and tools have more Vice-Presidents than a bank. Delta Airlines only has 4…….US, Asia, Europe, South America Divisions. talk about gaming the system. did this guy ever go out on IOD like Muffin Megan?

    • Trooper……
      Sounds like “Sour Grapes” to me!! Don’t hate the player….hate the game. It’s unfortunate that a High School degree hasn’t served you that well. Maybe you should of applied yourself a bit more in school. Just because you’re asking customers “Would you like that super-sized”, doesn’t mean what your job isn’t important.

      • Trooper may not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but neither are you, mini-Limbaugh. Perhaps if you had applied yourself more in school you wouldn’t be the failed supervisor that you are today. And yes, “what” is of course different than “that”.

    • er…………..Harvard Business School and all you could get was a crummy postal mismgt job? with 99% of po mismanagement having no college degree I guess you are the one eyed king in the land of the blind. roflmfao!

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