About - Staff Member - A.R. "Trey" Hodgkins
A.R. "Trey" Hodgkins
Trey Hodgkins is the Senior Vice President, Public Sector at the Information Technology Alliance for Public Sector or ITAPS, a division of ITI, where he manages a team of professionals responsible for all advocacy, public policy and business development activities for companies facing the Public Sector market. The Public Sector team at ITAPS is focused on National Security, Homeland Security & Federal Law Enforcement, Federal Civil and State & Local and Education Technology market verticals in the public sector. Additionally, the team monitors all legislative and regulatory proposals impacting procurement policy at the Federal and State & Local levels.
Trey has over 30 years in the Federal, State and Local government arenas, with almost half of that time focused on information technology in the public sector. He has served as a staff aide in the Louisiana State Legislature, as a Federal Liaison at the National Rifle Association; Assistant Director for Legislative Affairs at the American Textile Manufacturers Institute, Manager of Governmental Affairs at the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association, Director of Government Relations at the Association of Old Crows and as a Senior Vice President at TechAmerica.
Trey holds two Bachelor’s degrees - in Political Science and History – from Louisiana State University and a Masters degree in Legislative Affairs from The George Washington University. He also holds a Certification as an Association Executive from the American Society of Association Executives.
Trey has been awarded the prestigious Fed 100 Award for his work on IT procurement reform and is a member of the Procurement Round Table.
Blog Posts by A.R. "Trey" Hodgkins
A Step in the Right Direction for Government IT Modernization
(December 13, 2017)
This week, President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) and federal IT contractors should note the changes it brings for them. We commend the Senate ...
Let’s Give Americans an Early Holiday Gift by Returning to Regular Order
(December 07, 2017)
“Regular order” for government funding used to mean a systematic cadence of work by the appropriations committees and both chambers of Congress to fashion a spending bill before the start of the new fiscal ...
Why Restrictions on Domestic Sourcing Hurts the American Government, Jobs and the Economy
(September 19, 2017)
America and technological innovation are synonymous. From revolutionizing society with the internet, to the smartphones providing us apps that drive our day, to the microchips powering the device you are ...
Start Up Life Meets the Compliance Riddled Federal IT Market for 18F and USDS
(June 22, 2016)
I recently testified before a joint hearing of the House Oversight Committee Subcommittees on IT and Government Operations alongside government and industry representatives on the roles of the General ...
The Costs and Risks of Uncle Sam’s Dependence on Legacy IT Systems
(May 24, 2016)
Tomorrow, lawmakers will be sitting down to hear about a brewing problem in the federal government: Uncle Sam’s addiction to outdated and antiquated legacy information technology (IT) systems that cost ...