Former GSA Commissioner Alan Thomas Joins Trowbridge & Trowbridge as Special Projects EVP; Cass Panciocco Quoted

Alan Thomas
Alan Thomas

Trowbridge & Trowbridge announced on Tuesday that Alan Thomas Jr., former commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service with the General Services Administration, has joined the company as the executive vice president of special projects. 

“Alan’s history of improving companies in the IT services industry will be invaluable as we continue on our growth trajectory,” said Cass Panciocco, CEO at Trowbridge. “The team at Trowbridge, our customers, and the strategic efforts across the enterprise will undoubtedly benefit from his insight and leadership,” Panciocco added. 

Thomas became the FAS’ commissioner with GSA in June 2017 and held the position until resigning in Oct. 2019. Over his 25 years in the public and private sector, Thomas has served Booz Allen Hamilton, the Department of Defense, the U.S. Army, Artlin Consulting, Berico Technologies, Data Networks Corporation, and other federal agencies and companies. 

In addition to his new position with Trowbridge, Thomas will also be joining the advisory board of Enlightenment Capital, a portfolio company of Trowbridge.

“We are thrilled to partner with Alan as we continue to grow Trowbridge into a leading provider of IT modernization services,” said Jason Rigoli, Trowbridge partner and chairman at Enlightenment Capital.

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