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Office of Information Technology

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) oversees EOIR's information technology (IT) infrastructure, working to supply the IT solutions and services required to meet the agency's technology needs. OIT is comprised of four directorates tailored to efficiently and effectively execute IT strategy, hardware and software optimization, and customized application development using defined processes:

  • Chief Architect
  • Operations Services
  • Governance, Planning, and Support
  • Software Development

Meet the Acting Chief Information Officer

Donna M. Carr

Donna M. Carr is currently serving as Acting Chief Information Officer. Ms. Carr joined the Board of Immigration Appeals in January 1997. She has performed various roles at the Board with increasing levels of responsibility culminating in her current position as the Board's Chief Clerk since November 2006. The Board's Clerk's Office for which Ms. Carr is responsible is a large, multifaceted operation. She also acted the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge's Chief Clerk in 2017. In her role as the Board's Chief Clerk, she has been instrumental in all aspects of the creation of every IT business application in use at the Board from initiation of new functionality ideas through testing and implementation. Ms. Carr has a degree in Business Management from Champlain College. She has also achieved certification by the National Center for State Courts as a Certified Court Manager and Certified Court Executive.


Updated January 22, 2024