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About the ADCIO, Policy, Planning and Compliance



Pamela Haverland, Acting

Ms. Pamela Haverland is on a detail from the US Geological Survey (USGS), serving as the Director of Policy, Planning and Compliance (PPC). The PPC spans the workflow of the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) with responsibilities to plan and integrate portfolio and governance processes along with customer needs to achieve the goals and objectives of the Information Resource Management Strategic Plan; to monitor and oversee performance of OCIO and compliance with Federal requirements; coordinate IT audit findings and recommendations; plan, prioritize and sequence customer needs and requirements; and enable continuous improvement throughout the OCIO and the Department of the Interior’s IT communities.

At the USGS, she is the Senior Advisor to the Associate Director of Budget, Planning, and Integration. Prior to the detail with the OCIO, Ms. Haverland served on a detail at the USGS as the Director of the National Geospatial Program. In 2014, she participated in the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program where she served in details with Interior’s Office of Policy Analysis as the Oceans and Coastal Coordinator and with the National Park Service’s Midwest Region as the Deputy Regional Director. Prior to the SES CDP, Ms. Haverland served in a detail as the Associate Deputy Director for the USGS. She was the Budget Officer for the USGS from 2007-2012. She served in the USGS Central Region as the Regional Budget and Program Planning Officer and as a Branch Chief at the USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center. Ms. Haverland began her career as the biometrician and then biometrics supervisor for Fisheries Research at the Missouri Department of Conservation. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Statistics from Oklahoma State University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics with a minor in Economics from Southwest Missouri State University.