The tech world is famous for producing entrepreneurs who turn startups into corporate empires while radically changing the way people work, play and interact.
But what if that entrepreneurial spirit wasn't channeled into building new businesses? Could it, instead, be used to shake up existing organizations?
Bray arrived at the FCC in August 2013 as the 10th CIO in an eight-year span. He stepped into the role as the federal government was undergoing sequestration. He inherited an IT infrastructure with 207 different on-premises systems for an organization with just under 2,000 employees, and those systems were an average of 10 years old. Maintenance costs were consuming more than 85% of the IT budget, and that figure was expected to climb.
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