Margaret Miller

Margaret Miller Chief Information Officer
NYS Office of Information Technology Services

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo appointed Margaret Miller Chief Information Officer of the New York State Office of Information Technology Services in December 2014.

Ms. Miller is responsible for setting the statewide technology agenda to promote the efficient and effective delivery of services. She sets policy for all Executive branch agencies and oversees the provision of IT services to state agencies and local governments. Ms. Miller is successfully leading one of the largest and most complex state IT transformations ever undertaken, which includes the consolidation of more than 50 disparate and obsolete data centers into a single state-of-the-art facility and the development of strategic enterprise platforms for critical services.

With a proven record as an innovative business technology leader, Ms. Miller’s public and private sector experiences make her uniquely qualified to manage the State’s IT services and deliver solutions that foster a technology-enabled government to best serve New Yorkers.

Ms. Miller previously served as Senior Vice President and Group Chief Information Officer at Warner Music Group, a Fortune 500 company, where she oversaw the optimization of the company’s global IT systems and business processes for the digital media age.

Prior to her role at Warner Music Group, Ms. Miller held positions as Chief Information Officer at Dell Europe and for a retailer with $20 billion in revenue. She also has extensive experience as a Chief Information Officer in the financial services and travel sectors.