About Us

Mobilegov is a company “born out of the lab,” drawing its roots from the world-class Institute for Simulation & Training at the University of Central Florida.

Founded in July, 2011 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., Mobilegov blends academic innovation and research with experienced business practices and management techniques.

Mobilegov President Tom Suder is a recognized thought leader in the government IT community and has served on numerous boards and panels within the industry. Mobilegov Vice President Bill Suder brings an extensive financial management background to the company, while Chief Technology Officer David Rogers is a doctoral candidate and industry expert in the area of mobile learning. (Full bios on the Mobilegov management team)

The Mobilegov advisory board includes several subject matter experts and world-renowned researchers in the area of mobility including Dr. David Metcalf, Director of UCF’s Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab (METIL). Dr. Metcalf is a frequent speaker at major learning and development conferences around the world and has written a book on mobile learning applications. The board has over 15 patents (4 pending) in the area of communications.

Most of the Mobilegov development and technical team is based in Orlando, Florida, which is acknowledged as the gaming capital of the world. UCF is regarded as the premier university for game design, while Full-Sail, a school for video game creation, is located nearby. Large companies such as Disney and Electronic Arts (EA) have a presence in Orlando and EA does its game design for “Madden” and “Call of Duty” at this location.

Our team of developers include many alumni from the above institutions, which allows us the opportunity to apply best commercial practices and advanced academic research experience into our solutions for government customers.

Need for Digital Government Strategy II

In his debut column for InformationWeek Government, Mobilegov President Tom Suder says it is time for Digital Government Strategy II.