David Bray has served as the chief information officer of the Federal Communications Commission since 2013 and is in charge of the agency’s information technology transformation efforts.
His team won the Association for Federal Information Resources Management’s 2015 cloud computing leadership award for the rollout of a new cloud-based IT at FCC.
Bray also received this year’s Outstanding Achievement Award for Civilian Government from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association.
He has worked as a project manager at a Microsoft partner firm and Yahoo, IT chief of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s bioterrorism preparedness and response program and executive director of the National Commission for the Review of the Research and Development Programs of the United States Intelligence Community.
Bray is a Senior National Intelligence Service Executive, an Eisenhower Fellow to Taiwan and Australia and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.