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Susannah B. Schiller

Susannah Schiller has served as the Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO) for NIST since 2003. As Deputy CIO, Ms. Schiller works closely with the NIST CIO to advise the NIST Director on the planning, execution, evaluation, and delivery of information technology services and support. With the CIO, she is responsible for planning and managing NIST’s core information technology resources effectively, efficiently, and securely so that NIST can achieve its mission.

Ms. Schiller has spent over 25 years at NIST. She began her career as a statistician, focusing on design and analysis of experiments for Standard Reference Material certification. She also spent several years in the Advanced Technology Program (ATP), first as Special Assistant to ATP's Director, developing, executing, and coordinating policy and communications for the ATP, and then managing ATP’s IT resources and developing specialized database applications. Recently, she spent six months detailed to the Office of Management and Budget in to the Office of E-Government and Information Technology where she worked with the enterprise architecture and shared services communities across the federal government.

Ms. Schiller holds a Master's Degree in Statistics from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Computer Science from the College of Wooster. She was the recipient of a Department of Commerce Bronze Medal and the George Uriano Award.


The NIST Plan for Providing Public Access to Results of Federally Funded Research

Katherine E. Sharpless, Regina L. Avila, Sally S. Bruce, Wo L. Chang, Robert M. Dimeo, Virginia Covahey, Alan K. Dohne, Heather M. Evans, Aaron P. Fein, Donna J. Kimball, Andrea M. Medina-Smith, Alan E. Munter, James K. Olthoff, Dianne L. Poster, Kathleen M. Roberts, Susannah B. Schiller, John H. Scott, Barbara P. Silcox, James A. St Pierre, Mark D. Stiles
Documentation of the evolution of NIST's plan for providing public access to results of federally funded research is provided, including the plan itself

Reference Verification Fluids for Flash Point Determination

R G. Montemayor, J E. Rogerson, Jennifer C. Colbert, Susannah B. Schiller
The flash point of a liquid material is used to classify whether the material is flammable or combustible. 1,4-dimethylbenzene (p-xylene) has been used

NIST Methods for the Certification of SRM 1941a, Organics in Marine Sediment, and SRM 1974a, Organics in Mussel Tissue (Mytilus edulis)

Michele M. Schantz, Bruce A. Benner Jr, M K. Donais, M. J. Hays, William R. Kelly, Reenie M. Parris, Barbara J. Porter, Dianne L. Poster, Lane C. Sander, Katherine E. Sharpless, Robert D. Vocke Jr., Stephen A. Wise, M Levenson, Susannah B. Schiller, M Vangel
The replacement Standard Reference Materials [SRM 1941, Organics in Marine Sediment, and SRM 1974, Organics in Muscle Tissue [Mytilus edulis], have been
Created July 30, 2019