Thomas Bruno, Vice President and General Manager of Homeland Security and Telecommunications at General Dynamics Information Technology
Thomas Bruno is the vice president and general manager of homeland security and telecommunications at General Dynamics Information Technology, working out of Washington, D.C. From concept to market-tested solutions, he helps government leaders explore the intersection of mission, technology, public policy and science, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Bruno leads large and highly complex projects across government agencies and commercial customers with a focus on homeland security missions and telecommunications. He believes that the “right balance of vision and thoughtful execution drives momentum, morale and results,” he said in his profile.
Bruno joined GDIT in August 2021. In his current role, he is tasked with developing and implementing a targeted delivery and growth strategy, ensuring that the company exceeds the expectations of its customers, employees and business. His job sees him creating and maintaining strong relationships with new and current customers to ensure their satisfaction, he added.
Before joining GDIT, Bruno was the managing director of homeland security at Accenture, a job he held for six years. In that role, he led sales, capture and the delivery of large-scale technology programs focused on IT modernization, cloud migration, application development, mobility, advanced analytics and comprehensive data center operations. Additionally, he is credited for advancing Accenture’s workplace culture, code of ethics, and inclusion and diversity goals.
Bruno earned his bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Cornell University. He later earned his master’s degree in engineering management from the same institution.
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