Jaclyn Rubino is the Director of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Strategic Sourcing Program Office (SSPO) within the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer (OCPO) where she oversees a portfolio of over 80 DHS-wide contract vehicles valued at more than $60 billion. She has several years of experience in Federal procurement and acquisition-related fields where she has worked on a wide variety of large-scale DHS-wide and Federal-wide procurements. Ms. Rubino is an active participant in the Federal-wide Category Management Leadership Council where she lends her expertise in sourcing strategies and category management. In February 2016, Ms. Rubino was named as the Government-wide Security and Protection Category Manager where she leads a cross-Agency Category Team and is responsible for developing and implementing government-wide strategies that align with established category management principles and methodologies. Prior to her Federal Career, Ms. Rubino served as a Principal with E3 Federal Solutions for several years during which time she consulted on DHS procurements.
Ms. Rubino holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the George Washington University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a concentration in Political Science from Roger Williams University. Ms. Rubino was a co-author of an article published in the Fall 2005 Journal of Organizational Ethics: Healthcare, Business and Policy. She has received numerous awards for her professional efforts while at DHS including: the Federal 100 in 2017; the DHS Management Directorate Partner of the Year Award in 2014; the DHS Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Cooperation Award in 2014; and the Multiple-Award in Government and Industry Conference (MAGIC) Small Business Engagement Award in 2013.