Tom Suder serves as the president and founder of Mobilegov, a company established in 2011 to provide mobile offerings for academic and research institutions.
He previously served as co-founder and vice president of Concert Technologies for 15 years where he led the team that moved the company’s email to the cloud.
Suder is also a strategic advisor at the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training as well as a representative for the university’s Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab.
He serves as member of the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council, where he held various leadership positions, a co-chair of the Advanced Mobility Working Group until 2013 and chairman of Federal Mobile Computing Summit, FOSE“™s Mobile Government Conference and the 1105 Media“™s Mobile Government Conference in 2012.
Suder also serves as a member of Virginia Tech Alumni Association’s Virginia Tech Intelligence and Defense Executive Alumni.
During his time at the ACT-IAC, he developed a wiki/collaboration platform used for training exercises by the Department of Homeland Security‘s National Exercise Simulation Network.
Suder is a recipient of the 2013 Federal 100 Award, 2012 Industry Contributor of the Year of ACT-IAC and the 2011 Rising Star Award from various government IT publications.