Lloyd Fray To Leave CIO Post At End Of Month

February 14, 2018 | 3 Comments

Lloyd Fray Bermuda Nov 2017Government confirmed that Lloyd Fray — who was appointed in November of last year — will be stepping down from his post as Chief Information Officer [CIO] at the end of this month.

A Government spokesperson said, “The Government of Bermuda does not comment on internal personnel matters, however the Government can confirm that Lloyd Fray will be stepping down from his post as Chief Information Officer [CIO] at the end of this month.”

In November 2017, the Government announced the appointment of Mr. Fray to the post of Chief Information Officer [CIO] for the Information and Digital Technologies Office.

At that time they said, “Mr. Fray will work under the direction of the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of the Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform.

“Among his duties, Mr. Fray will be responsible for leading the formation, implementation and service delivery of Information Systems [IS] and Information Technology [IT] strategies for the Government.

“The appointment of Chief Information Officer is made by the Governor after consultation with the Public Service Commission per Section 87 of the Bermuda Constitution.”

Mr Fray previously served as Chief Executive Officer at KeyTech [now One Communications], and in the ten years prior to leading the KeyTech Group, he served as CEO for the KeyTech subsidiaries M3 Wireless, Logic Communications, and the Bermuda Telephone Company.

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  1. Mo' Money says:

    Watch the Bernews interview of Lovitta Foggo from Feb 8, who is the Minister of the Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform – then you might understand why Mr. Fray could only take 4 months.

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