Stephen Prosser joins Deep Water Point

On August 22, McLean, VA-based Deep Water Point today announced the addition of Stephen Prosser to its Intelligence Community (IC) Team. Prosser comes to Deep Water Point following a career as a top executive serving the IC.

“Steve has been a leader directly involved with re-imagining the future of the IC’s data and information landscape in the digital era. It is this high caliber of knowledge and expertise that will provide our clients with unparalleled support and guidance. Steve is a great addition to our highly skilled and experienced IC Team, and we are honored to welcome him on board,” said Deep Water Point Partner and IC Team Lead Rob Brunngraber.

Prior to joining Deep Water Point, Prosser was appointed as the assistant DNI for information and data and became the Intelligence Community information sharing and safeguarding executive (IC ISSE), which added to his responsibilities as the IC’s chief data officer (CDO). As ADNI for information and data, Prosser led the IC’s effort to ensure data that was collected, acquired, or created was protected appropriately, while shared to the maximum extent necessary at the speed of mission.  As IC CDO and IC ISSE, he was responsible for organizing and leveraging professionals across all IC elements to realize the vision of “data as an IC asset.” As IC CDO, Prosser advanced data management practices across the IC to improve the discovery, access, and use of data across the IC.

Prosser served as director, NRO Infrastructure Service Provider (NISP) for the National Reconnaissance Office’s Communications Systems Directorate (NRO/COMM) earlier in his career and also held a variety of leadership and management positions at CIA.

Source: Deep Water Point