Associate Director/Chief Information Officer
Information Technology Directorate
Joe Jankauskas joined the United States Mint in December 2018. He is based at the Mint’s headquarters in Washington, DC.
Previously, Joe was the Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Infrastructure and Operations at the Bureau of the Fiscal Service. He had been with Fiscal Service (formerally the Bureau of the Public Debt) since January 2002.
At Fiscal Service, Joe’s organization provides reimbursable information technology services to government agencies under the authority of the Treasury Franchise Fund. Customer agencies (including Fiscal Service) contract with his organization to provide IT system hosting, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Trusted Internet Connection (TIC), Identity Credentialing and Access Management, and End User Services. Joe’s organization is a Department of Homeland Security approved TIC Access Provider, providing TIC services to the Department of the Treasury. His organization is also a PKI shared service provider, serving the Department of the Treasury, Department of Homeland Security, NASA, the Social Security Administration, and the Department of Veterans Affairs; accounting for over 50% of the civilian federal government.
Joe spent 10 years in the United States Army. He enlisted in 1989 and attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. While in the Army, Joe was an Infantryman and served in the 2nd Ranger Battalion, 14th Military Intelligence Battalion, 6th Ranger Training Battalion, and the 10th Mountain Division.
Joe holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Framingham State University in Massachusetts. He is married and has three children.