According to NextGov, David Bray is transitioning from his role as CIO of the Federal Communications Commission to serve as the chief ventures officer at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Bray, who led the FCC in moving IT operations to the cloud and helped reduce the agency’s legacy IT spending more than 35 percent, says he is excited about this newly created and first-of-its-kind government position, which brings opportunities for advancing change.
“The role collectively will present an entirely new set of opportunities for me to listen, learn and champion even more positive #ChangeAgents across a 15,000+ person joint military, intelligence and civilian organization,” Bray said . . . “It will be the first role of its kind in the U.S. government focused on completely transforming the business model of a large organization.”
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