Portrait of Moses Kamya.
Moses Kamya
Deputy Commissioner of Shared Services

Moses Kamya is the Deputy Commissioner of Shared Services. In that role, he oversees a program portfolio that includes Procurement Services, Business Service Center, Data Analytics Office, and Project Management Office. He provides executive direction on strategic agency technology initiatives in partnership with ITS. Moses joined OGS from the NYS Office of the Attorney General, where he served as Chief Information Officer. In that role, he oversaw IT modernization and transformation initiatives and ushered the office through the emergency remote work transition during the COVID crisis. Moses also served as CIO of the Administrative and General Services portfolio at ITS; CIO at GOER and Director of SLMS; Director of the Unemployment Insurance Systems Modernization at the NYS Department of Labor; Enterprise Information Architect at the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) and Project Director of the Public Authority Reporting Information System (PARIS). Moses was recognized by NY City & State NY as one of the 50 most influential leaders in government technology. He was inducted into the New York IT Leadership Hall of Fame to recognize his contributions to New York State.

Moses received a Ph.D., MA, and BA from the University at Albany. He has held teaching positions at the RPI Lally School of Management and Technology and the Nelson Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany.