After several years in commercial and Federal consulting, in 2003 Tim received an appointment to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Office of E-Government and IT, an office he supported for over five years until his departure in 2008 as Deputy Administrator. In this role, he planned and implemented 30+ Presidential initiatives and government-wide programs to improve performance of Federal government operations around financial management, human resources management, acquisition, IT security, government-to-citizen, government-to-business, and government transparency-related functions. Tim is a recognized expert in the Federal budget process, with focus on the $78 billion Federal IT budget. He led U.S. delegations at international government conferences and symposia hosted in seven countries from four continents. Tim transitioned to Deloitte in January 2009 to serve in its Federal Government Services practice.
Tim is a Senior Manager in the technology strategy and architecture service line for Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Federal Government Services practice. In this capacity, he leads project teams and advises government clients in designing and implementing innovative IT strategies around web 2.0, cloud computing, and government-wide back-office solutions. Tim also helped launch and presently hosts the Deloitte Federal CIO Roundtable Series program, a quarterly dialogue with Federal IT executives on emerging issues of interest. Tim also represents Deloitte in a variety of professional associations including: American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council (ACT/IAC), Association for Federal Information Resource Management (AFFIRM), Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), and TechAmerica.