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 as 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.