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Sandi Oswald

Chief Information Officer
Savannah River National Laboratory
Education: University of South Carolina, B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies—Computer Science and Business


As the Associate Laboratory Director, Digital Transformation, and Chief Information Officer (CIO), Sandi Oswald is responsible for the management, operation, and strategic direction of the Digital Transformation organization. This portfolio includes advanced modeling, simulation and analytics, cybersecurity research and development, and integrated computing. A key goal for the Digital Transformation organization is partnering with lab personnel to “Put Science to Work with digital Information Technology.”


Sandi has 30 years of diverse Information Technology (IT) experience in both commercial and government organizations. Oswald began her career at the Savannah River Site (SRS) in 1990 where she worked in Information Technology, focusing on application development for Oracle-based sitewide systems, such as the Training Records and Information Network (TRAIN) system and the Waste Information Tracking System. In 1995, she transitioned to a commercial IT firm to work in application and database administration, specializing in custom built software for worldwide rural electric cooperatives. Following this role, she worked for Camber Corporation, a Huntsville, Alabama-based business that provides consulting Oracle services for customers, such as SRS. Returning to SRS in 2000, Sandi managed a diverse range of teams and projects, including application development, cybersecurity, database administration, desktop, email, mobility, and infrastructure server and storage. She was involved in the sitewide PeopleSoft Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) application migration project. More recently, she served as the project manager for the Office 365 email, Skype cloud migration, and OneID projects at SRS.

Recent Noteworthy

She joined SRNL in March 2020.