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Outside of work, I enjoy boating and golfing. My friends know me for my fondness for craft beer and Thai food and my ability to eat almost anything.
Adam Rujan


As the national government consulting practice leader, I work with a broad array of government entities — state and local governments, municipalities, public utilities, and related authorities — when they’re making significant technology purchases and developing large-scale technology plans.

I provide organizational transformation, process improvement, and independent technology advice, helping clients understand new technology and how to develop a strong IT governance model. Our team is known for being independent of all technology vendors — that’s our differentiator.

Governmental bodies face many of the same challenges as those in industry: attracting and retaining talented IT specialists, keeping up with the rapid pace of change in technology and within government, navigating an IT governance framework, and making sound IT investment decisions. This is where my expertise comes to play. I’ve helped build this practice area and expand from serving Michigan clients to collaborating with government clients across the nation.

The International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the Government Finance Officers Association, and other professional industry associations often ask me to speak to their groups on technology-related matters and how new developments will affect their governmental units. I have a B.S. in engineering from Wayne State University and an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan. I’m on the board of the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition, and I’m a member of the ICMA, the Government Finance Officers Association, and the Public Technology Institute.