Peter Tseronis

Peter Tseronis

Founder & CEO

Dots & Bridges

Recognized as a Federal Information Technology (IT) thought leader, Peter Tseronis is known for his ability to orchestrate strategic change, foster a culture of accountability, and align business needs and strategic objectives with IT to achieve measureable performance improvement. His capacity to build team consensus and coalitions within the public and private sectors has produced high-quality results in a continually changing environment.

Having started his federal career more than 18 years ago as a management analyst at the Pentagon for the U.S. Army, Peter’s leadership skills were rapidly recognized as he continued his career in financial systems modernization, procurement system management, security oversight related to program management, and network services administration.

Currently, as the Deputy Associate Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), he is responsible for providing strategic leadership, innovative direction, and expert advice regarding Department-wide information technology solutions. This responsibility includes the development and implementation of enterprise strategies to increase innovation and to improve IT infrastructure investment decision-making through the integration of Enterprise Architecture and Capital Planning and Investment Control.

Prior to joining DOE, Peter served as the Chief Technology Officer and Director of Network Services for the U.S. Department of Education (ED). During his 8 years in this role, Peter assumed a multi-million dollar budget to transform the Department’s divergent voice, video, and data communications into an enterprise-level converged solution. His leadership and customer centric approach reduced operational costs, increased organizational flexibility, optimized workforce productivity, and improved organizational communications capabilities.

In addition to his work at DOE and ED, Peter has been consistently engaged in key government-wide transformation programs and initiatives, including serving as the Chairman of the Federal CIO Council’s IPv6 Working Group, a member of the Interagency Management Council for Federal Telecommunications, a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, a board member of the Independent Telecommunications Pioneer Association, a government advisory panel member of the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council’s Networks and Telecommunications Special Interest Group, and co-vice president of Programs for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management. Also, Peter is Chairman of the Federal Cloud Computing Advisory Council, a collaborative governance body consisting of representatives from across the Federal Government seeking to effectively deploy the Government’s cloud computing vision and achieve IT infrastructure modernization. His results-oriented approach has been recognized by Federal Computer Week’s Federal 100 Award.
Peter received his B.A. in Communications from Villanova University and earned his M.S. in Information and Telecommunication Systems from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD.

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