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David Wray
  • Edgewater, MD
  • United States
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Current Title:
Chief Technology Officer
Current Agency or Organization
HP Software Federal Professional Services
What Best Describes Your Role?
Senior Exec
Topics I Care About
Gov 2.0, IT (Cloud Open Source), Leadership, Performance Mgmt, Project / Program Mgmt

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Key ingredients make IT transformation a recipe for success

Posted on January 28, 2013 at 6:00am 0 Comments

In a recent post I wrote about a pair of innovative plans that will shape the future of federal IT. Cloud First and Share First have the potential to truly transform government IT.

As with most innovations, the hard work begins soon after the “wow factor” wears off. So how do you successfully execute a large-scale IT transformation? What is the secret…


Federal IT is poised to take a huge step into the future

Posted on January 14, 2013 at 6:00am 2 Comments

A couple of developments in federal IT have me excited. The Federal IT Shared Services Strategy spells out a way that helps federal agencies to innovate without raising cost by adopting a shared approach to IT service delivery. Then came the…


Five ways federal IT can increase innovation while cutting costs

Posted on January 7, 2013 at 6:00am 0 Comments

Federal IT is in the midst of a huge transformation, driven by initiatives ranging from IT Reform and Federal Data Center Consolidation to CloudFirst, CyberFirst and FutureFirst. In May 2012, President Obama released a memo detailing new directions for Federal IT as part of the Digital Government Strategy.

Moving to a 21st-century foundation for federal IT is an exciting opportunity;…


Strong governance yields savings for federal CIOs

Posted on January 2, 2013 at 6:00am 0 Comments

CIOs in both the private and public sector are under the gun to do more with less. Agency CIOs, especially, must reduce costs, as directed by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in August 2011. The OMB, for its part, expected agency heads to submit budgets that cut at least 5 percent from this year’s spending.

Reducing storage costs with data archiving solutions can be a quick win for the bottom line. But after picking the low-hanging fruit, CIOs can really start to bring costs…


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