Dominic Nessi is a Deputy Executive Director and Chief Information Officer for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). He has held that position since September 2007. As chief information officer, Nessi is responsible for all information technology-related functions, including technology planning, design, implementation and utilization of LAWAs information infrastructure and related voice, data and video communications systems for LAX, the worlds fifth busiest airport, Ontario International and Van Nuys.
Mr. Nessi is also the project manager of the Activation of the $1.9 billion Bradley Expansion project, schedule to fully open in the summer of 2013.
Prior to his appointment at LAWA, Nessi served as the first chief information officer of the U.S. National Park Service.
Nessi holds a BS degree in Computer Science from Roosevelt University, a BA degree in Political Science from Northern Illinois University, an MPA from the University of Colorado, and a Masters Certificate in Applied Project Management from Villanova University.
Mr. Nessi has achieved the following certifications: CISSP, PMP, SANS GSLC, and the CGEIT from ISACA. He is also a Certified Manager from the American Association of Airport Managers.
In March 2009, Mr. Nessi was named as one of Government Technology magazines 25 doers, dreamers and drivers in the information technology industry. In 2010, Computerworld named him as one of their 100 Premier IT Leaders.