How a change agent saved the FCC millions on a legacy IT upgrade
Apr 22, 2015, 05:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ginny Hamilton)
More than 18 months have passed since U.S. Federal Communication Commission CIO David Bray first arrived at the FCC and encouraged the need for experimentation and IT-related transformation. In that time, his department has already had several wins, including one that saved the FCC and the U.S. taxpayers nearly $2.75 million and improved the way the public could provide input into the country???s telecommunications systems. It happened, in part, to the "think different" mindset he instilled upon his IT teams.