Thomas Meiron, FAS Regional Commissioner
Thomas Meiron was appointed to serve as the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Regional Commissioner for the Southeast Sunbelt Region of the U.S. General Services Administration in December 2018. The GSA Southeast Sunbelt Region (Region 4) encompasses Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Tom leads 175 employees who provide supplies, personal property disposal, and acquisition support to federal agencies and military. As the Regional Commissioner, Tom leads two of the FAS business lines (Assisted Acquisition Services and Personal Property) as well as the Customer Accounts and Research Division, and National Direct Client Support Division representing more than $800 million in revenue.
Prior to his appointment as the R4 FAS Regional Commissioner, Tom served as the Deputy Assistant Commissioner of the FAS Office of Enterprise Strategy Management (OESM). In this role he coordinated the strategic and business planning, performance management and strategic communication activities of FAS OESM. By working in tandem with the Office of the Commissioner and the FAS Leadership Council, he led the office to identify, evaluate and capitalize on strategic business opportunities.
Prior to joining OESM, Tom led the redevelopment, successful implementation and expansion of the FAS National Account Management program in the FAS Office of Customer and Stakeholder Engagement (CASE). This program relied upon spend data segmentation, combined with real time environmental assessments, to leverage key stakeholders and improve FAS’s market position while gaining customer feedback and insights to better support our client agencies.
Before assuming his role in CASE Headquarters, Tom spent 18 years in Europe directing FAS support to all US military and US diplomatic posts physically located in Europe, Africa & the Middle East. In that role, Tom provided front line support directly to all customers in the deployed environment as well as garrison locations by directly engaging senior military leadership to determine methods in which GSA may provide increased support. Prior to overseeing the European Theatre of Operations, Tom provided the same level of assistance on behalf of GSA to federal customers located in Japan and Korea.
Tom holds a Bachelor’s degree in Russian Area studies from Illinois State University and has various levels of language proficiency in German, Russian and French.
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