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Captain Christopher J. Page, USN

Commanding Officer

HOPPER Information Services Center (ISC)

CAPT Christopher Page, USN, has demonstrated a consistent track record of noteworthy accomplishments in direct support of intelligence operations at the tactical, operational, and strategic level. As Commanding Officer, HOPPER Information Services Center (ISC), CAPT Page directed ONI’s efforts of 875 professionals engaged in the operation, protection, improvement, and transformation of intelligence and information systems worldwide.  Working collaboratively with the National Security Agency, the Army’s Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and other partners, CAPT Page successfully broke ground to develop, demonstrate, and accelerate the adoption of cloud computing in support of maritime intelligence.

Frequently called on to articulate the “Navy’s Journey to the Cloud”, CAPT Page has become a widely known Intelligence Community proponent of cloud computing. He laid the foundation to establish ONI as the global cloud computing hub for maritime intelligence. Under his leadership, the HOPPER Center is currently engaged in standing up a data cloud at ONI that will capitalize on and leverage extensive community investments in cloud technology. This work will enable ONI and the fleet to be part of the broader Intelligence Community cloud enterprise and thus bring the power of vast stores of cloud-based data and shared analytics to the maritime intelligence realm.

One of CAPT Page’s most noteworthy achievements on the current operations front centered on the remarkable success of the Allied Collaborative Collection Requirements User Environment (ACCRUE) and Task 47 (T47) efforts, two Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) projects that are delivering exquisite Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (TCPED) management and Common Operational Picture (COP) capabilities and capacities to Joint and allied forces in Afghanistan. The ACCRUE and T47 projects recruited and trained over 35 collection managers that directly support International Security Forces Afghanistan (ISFA). These personnel have trained tactical commanders and their staffs at 13 sites to effectively integrate ISR capabilities into the planning and execution of combat operations, greatly enhancing coalition war-fighting efforts.

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