Craig Grivette, a KPMG principal, oversees large-scale information-technology transformation projects for state and local governments in the Pacific region. Before joining KPMG in 2012, he spent two decades in state-government IT, including as strategic adviser to the California State Data Center. He was an appointee for two California governors, Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger, charged with transportation technology and enterprise systems/data center management.

Grivette is an adjunct faculty member at the University of California-Davis, where he teaches courses in computer science, project management and data analytics. He has also developed courses for state-government agencies and health-care providers. A Certified Project Management Professional, he earned his undergraduate and MBA degrees from California State University-Sacramento.

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