Director, Center for Information Technology Access, General Services Administration
Alexander Koudry, MS, ATP, PMP, RET is an information technology expert with over 25 years of experience in the areas of assistive technology, accessibility, and reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities.
He is the Director of the U.S. General Services Administration’s Center for Information Technology Access, a program focused on reducing barriers to information technology access by persons who have disabilities. Alex holds credentials as an Assistive Technology Professional and as a Rehabilitation Engineering Technologist, both from RESNA.
He is also certified as a Project Management Professional. Alex has a Master’s Degree in Information Technology, and the CIO University Certificate in Federal CIO Competencies, both from the University of Maryland University College.