Vince Micone is a 32-year veteran of federal civil service and long-time activist in Washington’s philanthropic community. Mr. Micone serves as Executive Director for Enterprise Services at the U.S. Department of Commerce. In this role, he leads a comprehensive shared services delivery program providing customers with world-class IT, acquisition, HR, and solutions. He most recently served as Principal Deputy Special Inspector General and COO for a federal law enforcement and independent audit agency at the U.S. Department of the Treasury that targets financial crimes and other fraud, waste, and abuse related to economic stabilization programs. Mr. Micone previously served in executive leadership positions at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security including Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Senior Counselor, and Chief of Staff for Management. In these roles, he executed the Department’s management improvement initiatives and legislative affairs efforts. He also served as the 2016 Presidential Transition Officer. Mr. Micone began his career at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he managed HR programs and initiatives. He also served as the Partnership for Public Service’s Vice President for Development prior to joining Homeland Security. Mr. Micone serves as Co-Chairperson of the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area, the federal government’s workplace giving campaign.
Acquisition, Board Governance, Civic Engagement, Civil Rights and Liberties, Commerce, Criminal Justice/Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Federal Hiring and Position Classification , Government Operations/Innovation, Homeland Security, Infrastructure, Intergovernmental System/Federalism, Intergovernmental Affairs and Coordination, National Security, Nonprofit/Philanthropy, Social Equity
Budgeting and Finance, Communications and Marketing, Change Management, Human Capital, Information Technology, Intergovernmental, Nonprofit / NGO leadership, Organizational Structure/Design/Development, Procurement and Acquisition, Strategic Planning, Working Capital Funds