Morgan Reed joined the State of Arizona in 2015 after two decades of working in the technology industry at large enterprises in the private sector. As the Chief Information Officer, Morgan is responsible for driving the State of Arizona's technology strategy and executing the transformation of government services to a people-centric approach. He is a forward-thinker who understands the importance of continuous innovation in an ever-changing technological environment.
During Morgan's tenure with the state, he has implemented a cloud-first strategy and successfully migrated 60 percent of servers from the state's datacenter to the public cloud, including a multi-agency mainframe. Under his leadership, significant enhancements have been made to cybersecurity making Arizona recognized as one of the best protected states in the nation.
Prior to joining the State of Arizona, Morgan led global infrasture delivery teams at GoDaddy and Expedia and also worked at large IT organizations including Intel and Wells Fargo
During his off hours, Morgan enjoys spending time with his three children and two dogs and he calls Scottsdale, Arizona home.