Tuesday, April 16, 2024

A Lifetime of Experience Guiding the Way with Sue Speck

Today we speak with Sue Speck who draws on her lifetime of experience when she leads teams at the Acting Director for the Enterprise Cloud Solutions Office (ECSO).  Ms. Speck knows the importance of leveraging strengths in her team to get the best results.

 

Sue Speck, MAS, PMP
Director (A), Supervisory
Enterprise Cloud Solutions Office (ECSO) IO VA Enterprise cloud

Application Hosting, Cloud, and Edge Solutions (ACES)
Infrastructure Operations (IO)
Office of Information and Technology (OIT)

Sue Speck is the Acting Director for the Enterprise Cloud Solutions Office (ECSO). Ms. Speck brings over 25 years of leadership experience to her current position, including portfolio management, customer service, quality management, and employee supervision. Before assuming the Acting Director position, Sue was ECSO’s Deputy Director and was responsible for establishing ECSO as a new organization within VA. She built a team responsible for the VA Enterprise Cloud (VAEC), which supports over 250 cross-functional team members across VA to leverage VAEC and cloud adoption. She oversees and assists teams in the creation of new cloud-native applications and in analyzing existing legacy applications for optimal cloud migration strategies.
Prior to joining VA in 2019, Ms. Speck worked for the Department of Defense as the Information Technology Specialist Chief, where she oversaw the Project Management Office for all information technology infrastructure portfolios at Edwards Air Force Base in Edwards, California.

The Department of Veterans Affairs

VA is the largest integrated health care system in the United States and the second largest federal agency. It consists of three administrations (the Veterans Benefits Administration, Veterans Health Administration, and National Cemetery Administration), with hundreds of medical facilities, and the Office of Information and Technology supports them all. The VAEC is a multi-cloud environment which consists of a government space, a commercial space, a containerization space, and a space for computational science for researchers. There are an estimated 900+ applications/systems in VA, and the VAEC currently hosts over 515 of them.

 

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