Office of the Chief Information Officer

Raghav Vajjhala, Chief Information Officer

Mission: Customer success through transparency and teamwork to inspire trust in IT services across all Bureaus and Offices

The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is responsible for delivering the FTC a secure and reliable infrastructure, providing connectivity and computing capability for all FTC staff and mission partners.  OCIO's activities include:

  • Protecting the FTC’s infrastructure through security controls, authorizations, assessments, and monitoring
  • Focusing on mission customer needs related to litigation processing
  • Providing the foundation required to deliver robust, scalable, and integrated IT services
  • Determining the appropriate service offering to meet current and future customer needs
  • Conducting a continuous review and analysis of business practices, focusing on risk, policy and IT governance
  • Ensuring information technology investments make meaningful and measurable impacts on the FTC mission
  • Focusing on putting the “human touch” at the core of IT service delivery, shifting the way we communicate, deliver, and support IT services