Dr. David A. Bray was the Executive for Innovation, Integration, and Interoperability for the Office of the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment from October 2010 to August 2013. During this time, Dr. Bray was also detailed as an Executive Director supporting the National Commission for Review of Research and Development Programs of the United States Intelligence Community. He received the National Intelligence Exceptional Achievement Medal in 2013 and the team he supervised received the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation that same year. He was also one of 13 individuals across the entire federal workforce recognized for the Arthur S. Flemming Award for public service leadership. In August 2013, he assumed a new role as Chief Information Officer for the Federal Communications Commission.
Bray holds a a PhD in information systems, a MSPH in public health informatics, and a BSCI in computer science and biology from Emory University, alongside a visiting associateship from the University of Oxford’s Oxford Internet Institute, and two post-doctoral associateships with MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence and the Harvard Kennedy School. He also has served as a visiting associate with the National Defense University. Bray’s career also includes deployments to Afghanistan, projects at the Department of Energy and work at the Center of Disease Control.
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