Full Name
Jerry Moore
Job Title
Chief Information Officer
State of Oklahoma
Speaker Bio
Jerry Moore was appointed Oklahoma’s chief information officer in January 2020. Moore brings over 20 years of experience managing IT service delivery in the oil and gas, education, and telecommunications sectors. As CIO for the State of Oklahoma, he is responsible for the state’s consolidated IT systems which serve 188 agencies, boards, and commissions; 32,000+ employee customers; and citizen-facing services for all of Oklahoma.

An expert in the design, delivery, and management of high-performance, cost-effective, rapid-growth technology solutions with budget responsibilities in excess of $178 million annually, Moore is skilled in all aspects of service design with a proven track record of award-winning results. He is a recognized leader and innovator by CIO Magazine (CIO 100 Award, CIO Ones to Watch Award) with a demonstrated ability to restructure and realign IT to best fit an organization’s strategic objectives.

As state CIO, Moore also leads OMES Information Services, the division that manages the statewide network, the state’s main datacenter and disaster recovery site encompassing 3,500+ servers, and 1000+ applications delivering citizen services. Moore and his team have played a vital role in implementing a state-of-the-art treasury platform and citizen- facing web presence as well as modern financial and human capital management systems and agency citizen services for the State of Oklahoma.

Moore has been an effective leader to change the culture and is relied on for his knowledge of business processes and strategy development skills. He coaches a customer-centric spirit with an innate ability to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions while building partnerships with vendors, customers, and key stakeholders alike.

In his downtime, Jerry enjoys, hunting, fishing, backpacking, golfing, and exploring the outdoors with his wife and three daughters.
Jerry Moore