A man from India has appointed the CIA’s first technical officer.This is his message
Nando Murchandani, a man from India who studied at a school in Delhi, has been appointed as the first-ever chief technology officer of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The coveted position announcement was made by William J. Burns in a blog post and shared on social media.
According to a CIA statement, Mulchandani has over 25 years of experience in Silicon Valley and the Department of Defense (DoD). “It brings significant private sector, startup and government expertise to the CIA,” Mulchandani added.
Burns shared the development and said: “Since confirmation, I have prioritized a focus on technology and the new CTO position is a very important part of that effort. I am pleased that Nando has joined our team. Bringing a wealth of experience to this important new role. “
In his role as CTO, Mulchandani confirms that the agency is leveraging cutting-edge innovation, according to the statement. In addition, “scanning the horizon of tomorrow’s innovation to drive the CIA’s mission” will be on the agenda of Mulchandani as CTO.
After earning a degree in computer science and mathematics from Cornell University, Mulchandani earned a master’s degree in business administration from Stanford University and a master’s degree in administration from Harvard University. Prior to his new role at the CIA, Mulchandani was CTO and Deputy Director of the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center.