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Mr. Mitch Miller

Mr. Miller joined the Civil Service in 1992 as an Operations Analyst and now serves as the Executive Director, Navy Information Operations Command, Norfolk and Commander Task Force (CTF) 1030.

 As Executive Director and Senior Civilian, he assists the Commanding Officer in recommending and executing command policy, serves as mentor and hiring official for 70 GS civilian staff, and oversees all logistic issues across the Task Force comprised of three subordinate commands.  He concurrently served as Director, Command Support (HQ) during April 2007 through August 2013 in which he led all command logistic requirements including N1 (Admin/Legal), N4 (Supply/Facilities), CIO/N6 (Information Policy and C4 Systems), Comptroller, Manpower, Training, and Security.  His previous assignment from April 2001 to March 2007 was Deputy Operations responsible to the Combatant Commander’s, each Numbered Fleet Commander, and Commander, Navy Cyber Forces providing Information Operations (IO) expertise, assessments, training, and direct support with a staff of 185 military, GS, and contractors.

Mr. Miller’s military experience includes eight years as an F4 Phantom Radar Intercept Officer.  Upon release from active duty, he affiliated with the Navy Reserves for twenty-two years retiring as Captain in February 2009.  His senior reserve assignments included four years in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Networks and Information Integration) and four years in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness).

Civilian background includes Navy Corporate Business Course (NCBC). Past military qualifications include Joint Additional Qualification Designator (AQD) JS7, JPME Phase I, and Naval War College graduate (Non-resident Continuing Education Program). Highest military award earned was the Defense Superior Service Medal (DSSM).

Updated 16 June 2014