Laura Duvall is currently a program manager in the Federal arena.Laura Duvall has served as the Program Director responsible for implementing enterprise Data Governance and Data Management within US-VISIT, a program within the Department of Homeland Security. In addition to her position as head of enterprise Data Governance and Data Management, she served as the Data Architect and has served on the DHS HQ National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Blue Team that is tasked with review of all new Information Exchange Package Documents (IEPD) for DHS. She has served as the chair for the program's enterprise data management office as well as for its data stewardship working group, both of which she helped to establish. She has, among other accomplishments, overseen the adoption of an enterprise Data Governance strategic plan as well as the creation of the program's first enterprise conceptual data model. She is a chair for the MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality Symposium. This is a world wide symposium dedicated to advancing the practices of information quality across organizations, focusing on the role of the Chief Data Officer as the main influencer of improvement in all aspects of information management. Additionally, Ms. Duvall has over 14 years experience in the Information Technology sector, supporting the Federal Government in a variety of technical consulting capacities.
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