About | Greg Frey
Gregory Frey is a senior executive with experience in both public and private sectors. He has deep information technology service management (ITSM) and financial expertise with hands on expertise in the use of IT security services, managed services and cloud services. Additionally, Greg is skilled in large scale program management and sourcing in the Federal government.
Greg has held senior positions at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Executive Office of the President, Fannie Mae and American Management Systems. He began his career as a nuclear trained submarine officer in the United States Navy.
Greg has led several initiatives that have deployed new capabilities and transformed business models to create new value. Under his leadership at DHS, he transformed a struggling ITSM operation that supported DHS headquarters to high performing leader in IT security and service quality while lowering the cost of services delivered. This program was the model for the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation program (CDM), deployed a contractor owned and operated Local Area Network (LAN) and piloted the use of cloud services within the LAN domain. In addition, Greg served as the executive sponsor for the St. Elizabeth’s Campus Technology Integration Program (TIP). These programs introduced significant technology innovations and are examples of successful public/partnership at work.
Greg has been an innovator and problem solver throughout his career. He improved service quality and fiscal management at the Executive Office of the President while solving difficult problems including accounting for Presidential email records. He defined and implemented Fannie Mae’s ecommerce business model that enabled on-line mortgage origination. He improved resource planning and utilization at the Naval Shipyards as a consultant with American Management Systems.
Greg recently retired from the Senior Executive Service and from the US Navy. He is currently leading Jade Gong & Associates’ expansion into information technology services that includes the delivery of managed and cloud services to the Federal government.
Greg received a Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Illinois.