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Bryan Thomas

Senior Vice President, Public Sector Sales

Bryan Thomas serves as senior vice president of Public Sector, and has been with World Wide Technology (WWT) for nearly 20 years. In this role, he is responsible for WWT’s federal, state and local government and education organizations.

Thomas is accountable for developing and maintaining relationships with customers, key vendors, prime integrators and vertical partners. He is focused on providing clarity, direction, accountability and education to the field sales team for WWT.

In 2019, Thomas was recognized with a FedScoop 50 Award for Industry Leadership for his successful work driving change as a valued partner to both the public and private sector, and proven commitment to helping the federal government work smarter and lower costs to make it more efficient and effective.

WWT’s Washington, D.C. Innovation Center was a concept initially developed out of Thomas’ specific vision to build on the company’s commitment to providing federal, state and local agencies the knowledge, speed, agility and independent viewpoint needed to make the most informed technology decisions while delivering transformational outcomes. WWT uses the 11,640-square-foot interactive collaborative environment, which has a virtual connection to WWT’s Advanced Technology Center, to demonstrate what artificial intelligence, IoT and edge computing can do for a customer’s mission, extending the reach and core capabilities to advance the conceptualization and testing of new solutions geared for a government environment.

Thomas serves on the Board of Directors for the United Service Organizations (USO) of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, the largest chapter chartered by the USO, with a strong tradition of service in the National Capital Region. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the ALS Association St. Louis Regional Chapter, for which he chairs the chapter’s annual Ice Bucket Bash.

Thomas began his career with WWT in 2000 and has held numerous leadership roles across the federal business unit over the last two decades. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Missouri State University in Springfield, MO.