Tony Morshed

Tony Morshed

Company: Ca Dept of Water Resources & CA Natural Resources Agency

Title: Chief Technology Officer

Tony Morshed is the Chief Technology Officer for the California Natural Resources Agency and the Department of Water Resources (DWR). Mr. Morshed is a driving force in the Agency’s movement to a “New Style of IT” which fosters the leveraging of technologies and people to be a "Service Provider" that effectively delivers technology capabilities, capacity, and services that can be easily consumed by business areas, employees, citizens, and stakeholders. He provides strategic and tactical leadership in the implementation and operations of a technology environment based on state-of-the-art and industry-driven technologies such as software defined data center, hybrid-cloud services, self-provisioning of virtual compute resources, shared services, software-as-a-service, and platform-as-a-service. This environment is capable of meeting current and future departmental and agency business demands and is flexible, secure, reliable, extensible, and cost-effective.

Mr. Morshed has over 25 years of experience supporting and managing large information technology operations. His current duties include managing the CNRA virtualized Data Center and the California Natural Resource Agency multi-tenant private cloud environment that provides information technology resources and shared-services to all of the Natural Resources Agency organizations.

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