Tech Veteran Page Joins EY as Consulting Senior Manager

“Having very proudly served CDCR for the last 3.5 years, I am delighted to join EY in Technology Consulting, focused on supporting California government agencies in finance, operations, and technology transformation,” Donald Page told Techwire.

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Longtime tech executive Donald Page has joined Ernst & Young (EY) as consulting senior manager in Finance, Operations and Technology for state, local and education in the West.

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Donald Page
For Page, this is a return to the private sector, where he spent most of his career. Most recently, he was in state government as the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s (CDCR) deputy director for Enterprise Systems and Planning, and chief technology officer for CDCR’s Enterprise Information Services.

“Having very proudly served CDCR for the last 3.5 years, I am delighted to join EY in Technology Consulting, focused on supporting California government agencies in finance, operations, and technology transformation,” Page told Techwire. “I will work with the Sacramento-based team to help California agencies execute their missions and deliver high-quality services and experiences for residents. With strategic digital, cyber, cloud and data services that we use to support state, local, and federal agencies nationwide, EY has a wealth of experience and expertise in technology transformation, and I’m thrilled to bring that to California.”

Before joining CDCR, Page was an independent consultant and also held management and executive roles with Robins-Gioia LLC, Blackstone Technology Group and Amdex Corp.

Page, an Elk Grove resident, received his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Central Michigan University and his master’s in business from Golden Gate University. He has a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.
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