Tom Morgan is responsible for identifying capability gaps
within the company’s customer base and developing new technologies and products
to fill those gaps. He is also responsible for GTS’s relationship with the
National Security Agency (NSA) and all commercial solutions for classified
(CSfC) programs commoditization efforts.
A U.S. Air Force veteran, Tom has more than 25 years of experience leading local, regional, national, and international projects regarding information technology architecture, enterprise and mobility design, secure portable/mobile communications (including CSfC programs, product and protocol development) and final solution testing and integration. Throughout his career, he has designed and built computers, servers and secure micro- servers, mobile communications products and kits. He has also written software for various commercial and government mission-oriented purposes.
Before joining GTS, Tom served as a C-level executive in multiple government technology companies. As Vice President of Engineering at Mission Mobility, he provided technical vision and product development leadership for military, civilian government organizations, first responders and commercial markets, both domestically and internationally.
Other leadership positions include serving as President and Chief Executive Officer of Unidyne Global Technologies, Chief Technical Officer and Product Development Director at PROSOFT and pTerex (founding member with pTerex ownership). While at pTerex, Tom designed the company’s commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware products using OEM equipment, a custom chassis, custom UPS and power distribution system. These COTS hardware products were the first to incorporate TEMPEST protections to allow systems from multiple levels of classification to utilize the same mobile/portable power solution and avoid strict separation requirements.
Additional notable contributions to the defense technology industry include:
His extensive commitment in
advancing the defense technology industry has earned him lifetime memberships
with recognized professional organizations, including AFCEA, NDIA, and AUSA. He
is also a member USGIF and IEEE.
During his military career, Tom served as an aircraft armament systems specialist in the U.S. Air Force Fairchild base. He was responsible for training dozens of military personnel in the repair and troubleshooting of aircraft weapon system electronics and general support as dictated by the Strategic Air Command and the Air Combat Command. His military training was conducted at the Lackland, Texas and Lowry, Colorado Air Force Bases, where he specialized in electronics and aircraft weapon systems.