Federal government agencies are in the midst of a sweeping digital transformation. As they work toward meeting the mandates for next-generation IT and build-in cybersecurity like never before, agencies are looking to increase cloud adoption, consolidate networks, and upgrade critical infrastructure and applications.
As part of this, agencies are transitioning through legacy voice and data communications to cutting-edge technologies that support all forms of mobile devices, cloud migrations, and security challenges. During this Government Voice webcast, you’ll hear from a government agency IT leader on their plans for digital transformation and some of the steps they’re taking to modernize their networks.
Michael W. Fairless
Branch Chief for Infrastructure Engineering and Storage
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Michael W. Fairless joined the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in February 2013 serving as the Branch Chief for Infrastructure Engineering. Prior to joining the SEC, he was a Program Manager and Assistant Vice President with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) from January 2001 until February 2013, Director of Operations with Petra Incorporated from January 1999 until January 2001. Prior to joining Petra, Mike served in the United States Navy as a Master Chief Intelligence Specialist from 1977 to 1999. Highlights of his military service include 6 Operational deployments to the Western Pacific, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and the Arabian Gulf and served as a Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command, Intelligence Officer, Intelligence Systems Officer, and Leading Chief Petty Officer.