July 17, 2023
Contact: Public Affairs
(202) 502-4500 | firstname.lastname@example.org
UNITED STATES SENTENCING COMMISSION ADDS
DANIEL PARK AS DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY
WASHINGTON, D.C. ― The United States Sentencing Commission announced the appointment of Daniel Park as its new Director of the Office of Technology.
Park will head the Commission’s Office of Technology, overseeing the Information Technology and Information Systems units. The Office of Technology provides the Commission technological support necessary to operate its computer networks, cybersecurity, website, records management, remote capabilities, and extensive information systems applications.
“We are delighted to have Daniel on board to help with the Commission’s increasing reliance on constantly evolving technology and emphasis on cybersecurity,” said Kenneth Cohen, Staff Director of the Commission.
Park most recently served as the Acting Assistant Section Chief for the Enterprise Data Analytics Section with the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Park previously served in the Judiciary as a Systems Technology Manager for the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit from 2006-2009.
“Daniel’s combination of leadership and experience makes him an ideal candidate to lead this critically important team,” Cohen said.
Park received a master’s degree in Management of Global Information Technology from American University and a bachelor’s degree in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
# # #
The United States Sentencing Commission, an independent agency in the judicial branch of the federal government, was organized in 1985 to develop a national sentencing policy for the federal courts. The resulting sentencing guidelines provide structure for the courts’ sentencing discretion to help ensure that similar offenders who commit similar offenses receive similar sentences.