Fray steps down as Chief Information Officer

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

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


The Chief Information Officer for the Bermuda Government is stepping down for personal reasons after four months on the job.

Lloyd Fray, the former chief executive officer of KeyTech, was appointed to the post in November.

However, a government spokeswoman said: “The Government can confirm that Lloyd Fray will be stepping down from his post as Chief Information Officer at the end of this month.”

Mr Fray, who had resigned his position as president of the Bermuda Cricket Board with his government post in mind, confirmed his decision yesterday, saying he was stepping down for personal reasons.

Mr Fray is a veteran of the telecommunications industry who worked with the Bermuda Telephone Company, Logic Communications and M3 Wireless before being named chief executive of KeyTech Ltd — now One Communications — in 2012.

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Published Feb 14, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 14, 2018 at 8:00 am)

Fray steps down as Chief Information Officer

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