Tom L. Hewitt is the founder and CEO of Global Governments, Inc. Global Governments' primary offering is information security. The company also focuses on strategic planning and marketing in the international government information technology (IT) marketplace.
In December 1984, Mr. Hewitt founded Federal Sources, Inc. (FSI) as a market research and consulting firm specializing in IT within federal and state government. The firm provides clients with market research, trend analysis, tracking of major government programs, opportunity identification, and training to assist clients with market expansion. In 1998, Mr. Hewitt sold FSI to Primedia Information, Inc.
Prior to FSI, Mr. Hewitt was Senior Vice President of Kentron, which was acquired by PRC. Before that, he held senior level positions at CSC, including President of the INFONET Government Systems Division and Vice President of Program Development of the Systems Group. Prior to that, Mr. Hewitt was with Boeing Computer Services for six years, where he started and subsequently managed its Federal government marketing operations.
Mr. Hewitt served on Virginia's First Commission on Information Technology appointed by former Virginia Governor James S. Gilmore. He is a member of the following Boards of Directors: GTSI [GTSI], Halifax [HX], Analex [NLX], Sigaba and INPUT. He also serves on the Advisory Boards of Fortress Technologies, ProSight, DSA, and Information Technology Association of America (ITAA).
Mr. Hewitt received his Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from North Carolina State University and his Masters of Business Administration from Long Island University.