David Larrimore serves as the Executive Director of the Chief Technology Officer Directorate for the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO).
As Executive Director, Mr. Larrimore is responsible for determining the future of critical systems across the entire Department of Homeland Security portfolio of national security missions. He leads a team of experts engaged in enterprise architecture, digital innovation, emerging technologies, and IT program delivery, oversight, and governance.
Mr. Larrimore has over a decade of experience in federal IT and has dedicated his professional career to leveraging technology to build and transform organizations.
Prior to joining OCIO, Mr. Larrimore served as a Lead Solutions Engineer in the Global Public Sector business unit of Salesforce, Inc., where he used design thinking to reinvent how Solution Engineers build, tailor, and deploy assets to be shared by every role in the organization.
Mr. Larrimore also served as the Chief Technology Officer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In that role, his team led the effort to deploy the organization’s first multi-cloud environment, providing not only transparency and cost savings, but doubled project teams speed to deliver mission value.
Prior to his time at ICE, Mr. Larrimore served as a Cloud Strategist, where he helped bring cloud technology to the Department of Agriculture and built the first Enterprise Data Warehouse for the General Services Administration.
Mr. Larrimore earned his Bachelor of Arts in visual communication from Salisbury University.