Ken Granger is a consultant at Capital City Consulting, LLC, bringing 16 years of extensive public sector experience in administration, technology and procurement to the firm in addition to his private sector experience. During his time in state government, he has served as deputy chief of staff and policy director for Governor Charlie Crist and chief of staff and deputy secretary for the Department of Management Services, among other positions.
As the Governor’s deputy chief of staff, Ken oversaw numerous government agencies, including the Department of Health, Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of State, Department of Community Affairs, Agency for Persons with Disabilities, and Florida’s Energy and Climate Commission. As the Governor’s policy director, Ken directed executive policy and budget issues that were adopted by the Florida Legislature. In addition, he briefed and recommended substantive policy and budget changes to the Governor that were under consideration for becoming law upon the Governor’s approval.
Previously, Ken served as the chief of staff, deputy secretary and chief information officer for the Department of Management Services. During his time at the Department of Management Services he specifically focused on administration, procurement, facilities and technology.
Because of Ken’s in-depth understanding of procurement and state policies, he is uniquely positioned to help our clients navigate the detailed processes of state government to achieve their goals.
Prior to joining state government, Ken was a senior strategic consultant and project manager for a leading technology firm.
Ken holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Florida State University College of Business and is a certified Project Management Professional.
Ken resides in Tallahassee with his wife, daughter and son.
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