MBA in Finance, Stern School of Business, NYU
David J. McCue is vice president and chief information officer (CIO) for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). He is
responsible for the overall direction, strategic vision and business management of CSC's global information technology
environment. Additionally, Mr. McCue manages the company’s global security posture reporting to the Chairman.
His career has spanned line and staff roles including business development, revenue production and service delivery
in State and Local Government (Judicial, Labor, Tax, Utility), Healthcare (Payer/Provider), Federal Government, Administrative
Services and some Warehouse/Distribution/Manufacturing. In addition to technology and cyber security, focal areas include
strategic, business and process management consulting.
Mr. McCue has been with CSC since 1996 when he joined the company as part of the acquisition of American Practice
Management, where he served as CIO since 1993. His assignments at CSC have included vice president of applications portfolio
management, divisional chief information and resource officer for CSC's Healthcare Group and chairman of the Enterprise
Architectural Review Board. Earlier career endeavors include various revenue production, operations and management roles
at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). He started his career with Human Systems, Inc.
Mr. McCue holds an MBA degree in finance from New York University's Stern Graduate School of Business Administration
and a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce summa cum laude from Rider University. He is a certified management consultant
and holds the APICS CPIM designation as well as a US security clearance.
He is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Finance and Business, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering,
was chosen as one of Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders and has been featured in PC Week and on the cover of
CIO Magazine. Mr. McCue holds a FAA Commercial Pilot’s License and his charity interests involve law enforcement and