(Cross Promo) DaytonDefense Lunch and Learn 2019: Mr. Tom Robinson, AFLCMC/PK

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Mr. Tom Robinson
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Thomas D. Robinson, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Director of Contracting, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. He guides contracting policy for seven operating locations, ensures workforce development for more than 2,000 contracting professionals and manages a support and contract execution staff of more than 200.

Mr. Robinson guides more than $31 billion in annual obligations for 10 Program Executive Officers and 2 Direct Report Divisions. He is also responsible for more than 550 Air Force, joint and allied warfighting programs valued at more than $196 billion in active contracts. These programs include F-22 and F-16 fighter aircraft; C-17 and C-5 cargo aircraft; KC-46 tanker aircraft, B-1 and B-2 bomber aircraft; and Predator, Global Hawk and Reaper remotely piloted aircraft.

Prior to this assignment, he served as the Executive Director, Air Force Installation Contracting Agency, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Mr. Robinson, a Buffalo, New York native, was commissioned in the U.S. Air Force in 1984 as a contracting specialist and served 28 years on active duty status. He garnered extensive experience in operational, major weapons system, and logistical contracting. Throughout his career he held several other key positions to include senior contracting official for Headquarters Pacific Air Forces, director of contracting Ogden Air Logistics Center and chief contracting division, Air Education and Training Command. Mr. Robinson retired from active duty and entered Senior Executive Service in July 2012.

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