Fray to lead IT strategy

  • Lloyd Fray, the new Chief Information Officer for the Bermuda Government (Photograph supplied)

    Lloyd Fray, the new Chief Information Officer for the Bermuda Government (Photograph supplied)

Lloyd Fray, the former chief executive officer of KeyTech, starts his job as Chief Information Officer for the Information and Digital Technologies Office today.

Mr Fray will work under the direction of the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of the Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform.

His tasks include directing the Governmentís information systems and information technology strategies.

Mr Fray was appointed by John Rankin, the Governor, after consultation with the Public Service Commission. He comes with an extensive background in telecommunications and information technology.

A keen cricketer, Mr Fray is president of the Bermuda Cricket Board, but plans to step down from the post.

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Published Nov 14, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Nov 13, 2017 at 10:42 pm)

Fray to lead IT strategy

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