Chief Management Officer of the Department of Defense

Chief Management Officer of the Department of Defense
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Incumbent
John H. Gibson II

since February 15, 2018[1]
U.S. Department of Defense
Office of the Secretary of Defense
AppointerThe President
with the advice and consent of the Senate
Term lengthNo fixed term
Inaugural holderJohn H. Gibson II
Formation2018
Websitedcmo.defense.gov

The Chief Management Officer (CMO) of the United States Department of Defense (DoD) is the third-in-command of the department after the Secretary of Defense and Deputy Secretary of Defense.[2] The position's purpose is to reduce costs by improving the quality and productivity of DoD's business operations. The inaugural and current Chief Management Officer is John H. Gibson II.[2][3][4]

Organization

The CMO's office contains six "reform leaders" in the areas of logistics and supply chains, real property, community services, human resources, and health care, and a Program Executive Officer for IT Business Systems. The office also oversees Washington Headquarters Services and Pentagon Force Protection Agency, and contains an Oversight and Compliance Directorate, and a Headquarters Support Directorate.[5]

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