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Jim Pulliam, OCPS Information Officer 

Jim’s career spans over 35 years in technology, which has included positions within the aerospace industry, state and local government, and public education. Jim currently holds the position of Chief Information Officer for Orange County Public Schools, the 4th largest in Florida and the 9th largest in the country. 

Jim has held the roles of CIO, CISO, and combined CIO/CISO in public education.  At the state level, Jim has held the position of CISO for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system and has held leadership positions for both disaster recovery and information security committees within the Utah State Higher Education (USHE) system. 

Jim’s enthusiasm for working with organizations in the public education sector to integrate and align information security within the enterprise has brought an enhanced awareness to school administrators and members of the community.  Jim has acquired a passion for student success and enjoys lecturing and mentoring students in the area of information security.

Jim is a graduate of Regis University in Denver Colorado with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems and a Master of Science degree in Information Assurance.  

Additional Information/Articles:

K-12 National Advisory Council on Cybersecurity (NACC) – Executive Board Member 

K-12 Executive Council, Cleveland Metro Schools and CISCO – Executive Board Member Student Data Security: A Call to Arms for K-12 – CIOReview, November 2017.  

Building Technology Infrastructure for Learning – June 2017, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Technology.  Project Team document contributor. 

Orange County Public Schools, “Even Kindergartners Need Info-Security Training” – Toggle Magazine, September 2017.  Written by Christine Fisher and produced by Zachary Brann.