Jason Gray currently serves as USAID's Chief Information Officer. He has more than two decades of leadership in management, operations, and handling of large information technology (IT) portfolios.
Mr. Gray’s career began at Lockheed Martin, where he worked first as a Systems Engineer and Analyst, and later in a management role for more than a decade. He has also spent time in the healthcare field as CIO of the Miami VA Healthcare System and as Chief Technology Officer of the National Naval Medical Center. He later applied these skills in his role as the Associate CIO at the Department of Transportation (DOT) where he managed DOT’s $3.5 billion IT portfolio and led on IT policy and oversight for information governance, compliance, and departmental policy. Most recently, he has served as the CIO for the Department of Education (Ed), where he oversaw $844 million in annual IT investments, and an annual Office of the CIO operating budget of $121 million.
In addition to serving as CIO, Mr. Gray will be the Authorizing Official for all USAID IT systems, the Senior Accountable Official for Supply Chain Risk Management (SAO SCRM), and the Co-Chair of the IT Steering Subcommittee.