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Tinisha McMillan

Acting Director of Operations, Plans and Exercises
Defense Information Systems Agency


Tinisha McMillan serves as the Director of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) J-3/5/7 Directorate (Acting). She oversees three organizations (J3 Operations, J5 Plans and Strategy, J7 Exercise and Training) and 11 Field Commands and Field Offices which directly supports the President, Secretary of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Combatant Commanders, U.S. Department of Defense components, and other mission partners across the spectrum of competition, combat, and combat support operations.

Ms, McMillan previously served as the Director of DISA’s J-6 (Endpoint and Global Services Directorate). In this position, she oversaw a $14 billion+ portfolio responsible for enterprise end user IT services for DISA, the Fourth Estate, the Pentagon, and classified programs to include National Senior Leader Communication capabilities.

Ms. McMillan joined federal service in 2005 and has supported in a myriad of ways through her public service career. Over the course of her 19-year federal service career she has led numerous information technology programs and organizations, engineering efforts, and held several leadership positions to include overseeing the world’s third largest IT network and global customer service organization on behalf of Department of Defense.

Prior to her senior appointment she led as the Division chief for DISA’s Cyber Situational Awareness and NetOps Division. In this role, she led a diverse team of uniformed service members, civilians and defense contractors who build and field the cyber analytics and tools needed to enhance cyber information sharing across the Department of Defense. Ms. McMillan managed a budget of more than 400 million while overseeing critical enterprise capabilities. Her team provided enterprise sensor strategy solutions, DOD unified big data capability, real time analytics, and rapid cyber incident response and reporting for DOD mission partners.

Ms. McMillan, a proven strategic leader, has served in numerous leadership positions across DoD making valuable contributions to cyber security by addressing matters safeguarding intelligence and network defense capabilities across all echelons of the DISA enterprise. She served as the Deputy Program Manager for the Public Key Infrastructure Office. In this role she served as a liaison between the National Security Agency and DISA to support the Acquisition Category I program with congressional monitoring over the strategic planning and life-cycle management. Ms. McMillan also led teams and organizations for DISA’s Business Systems directorate responsible for providing strategic vision for the business systems throughout DISA and charted a path widely adopted to modernize critical business system capabilities.

She has served in other capacities throughout the Department of Defense within the Office of Secretary of Defense, and as a Cyber Intelligence Analyst with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.

Ms. McMillan received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from St. John’s University, New York, and a Master of Science degree in information technology with a focus in homeland security from University of Maryland Global Campus and a Master of Science degree from National Defense University in National Security and Resource Strategy in 2022.


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