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Gregory Frey, ITEC Executive

Chief Architect
Executive Office of the President


(W) 202-395-2986

M.S., Nuclear Engineering, University of Illinois 1980
B.S., Chemistry, University of Illinois 1979
B.S., Mathematics, University of Illinois1979


About Gregory

Greg Frey currently serves the Executive Office of the President (EOP) as its Chief Architect.  More recently for the Bush administration, Mr. Frey served as Deputy Chief Information Officer and Chief Architect (CTO).  During his tenure, he moved the EOP toward industry standard governance processes, dealt effectively with Congressional inquiries with respect the management of email records and improve overall fiscal management within the Office of the Chief Information Officer.

Prior to joining the EOP, Mr. Frey worked for several Washington, DC based companies as a senior executive where he focused on corporate development, program management and IT management.  These companies include Maden Technologies, Fannie Mae, American Management Systems, and Link Simulation Systems Division of The Singer Company.  Prior to his corporate career, Mr. Frey served as a nuclear submarine officer on board the USS Baton Rouge (SSN-689) and the USS Plunger (SSN-595).  He is retired from the Navy Reserve.

Mr. Frey lives in Arlington, Virginia and is active in the community.  His community service has included board memberships with the Arlington Retirement Housing Corporation and the National Capital Area Scholastic Rowing Association, and participation in the Boy Scouts of America.  In addition, Mr. Frey is a USRowing Judge Referee and supports both scholastic level and college level competitive rowing.

Executive Office of the President

Company Information
The Executive Office of the President is a confederation of organizations that support the President of the United States. It is located primarily in and around the 19 acres of the White House complex. The Office of Administration includes the Office of the Chief Information Officer. The Office of Administration supplies common IT services to the Executive Office of the President and specialized support to the White House Office. More detailed information can be found on www.whitehouse.gov.