John Sullivan

Government-wide Section 508 Program Director


John Sullivan currently serves as the Director of GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy (OGP) Information Resources Management Division, leading the Governmentwide Section 508 program, managing the Federal .gov domain registration program, and planning a potential suite of digital services upon the .gov infrastructure. John has been with OGP since 2009, where he has: served as the enterprise architect for the Financial Management Line of Business, worked to establish a shared-services marketplace, conducted geospatial and data analysis across OGP’s business units, and started up the data center consolidation initiative. At GSA and previously, John has served in many capacities for inter-governmental information sharing and standards; as the Head of the United States Delegation to the United Nations Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT), as a domain manager within the National Information Sharing Network (NIEM), and in standing up the Environmental Information Sharing Network (EIEN) and the Federal Health Architecture (FHA). John came to GSA in 2009 after 20 years at EPA, where he last served as the Chief Enterprise Architect and an Associate Division Director managing the enterprise architecture, capital planning and investment control, IT policy, and IT human capital (security awareness) programs. In 2008, John was detailed to the OMB Office of E-government and Information Technology, where he supported the Federal Enterprise Architecture Program as it transitioned Administrations. John serves on numerous other Industry/Government IT collaborations. In 2006, John was selected for and completed the Federal Executive Institute’s Leadership in Democratic Society Program. In 2012, John earned a lifetime achievement award in Enterprise Architecture from the FEAC Institute. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Management from the University of Connecticut, and a Masters degree in Management Information Systems, from the University of Maryland, University College.