Learn more about our history with this video of FMS President Luke Chung at the Microsoft TechEd conference.
Luke Chung, President, founded FMS in 1986 to provide database solutions to help people and organizations make better decisions.
He has directed the company's product development and consulting services efforts as the database industry evolved over the decades.
In addition to being a primary author and designer of many FMS
commercial products, Luke
has personally provided consulting services to a wide range of clients and industries both commercial and government.
is a popular speaker at conferences in the US, Australia and Europe, and has published many articles in industry magazines and the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN).
has recognized him as a Microsoft MVP for his
expertise and community influence.
He is a former president of the Washington, DC chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization, serves on the Fairfax County Information Technology Policy Advisory Committee representing the School Board, and is a graduate of Harvard University with a Bachelor Degree in Engineering and Applied Sciences and a Masters in Physical Oceanography.
Luke Chung Testifying before the US House Homeland Security Committee on Healthcare.gov Security
recently changed the national discourse on the Healthcare.gov website for the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).
non-partisan, technical assessment blog post Healthcare.gov is a Technological Disaster went viral, he
was quoted in the New York Times and Forbes
That led to repeated appearances on national radio and TV news broadcasts on ABC
, Fox, MSNBC
, and more (see video clips in media coverage ).
also met with the US House Energy and Commerce Committee
and testified before the House Homeland Security Committee
on the web site and data security.
Throughout the process, Luke
experience to help policy makers and journalists better understand the technical issues, why the system wasn't going to work regardless of the number of users, and how badly the government contractors abused taxpayers on this and other IT projects.
as one of 18 small businesses across the US on the Small Business Roundtable before the Senate Finance Committee