About Thomas E Harvey


As The Energy Authority's vice president of information technology and chief information officer, Thomas Harvey is responsible for establishing the strategic direction of the information technology department as it relates to TEA's business objectives.

Mr. Harvey has more than 15 years of experience in the industry, primarily in the design and development of computer systems, software applications, engineering and feasibility studies, project management, and cost/benefit analysis.

In 2000, Mr. Harvey orchestrated the development of the power scheduling and resource management system used by the Seattle firm Power Resource Managers, Inc. for managing client utilities’ complex power contracts in the Pacific Northwest. When Power Resource Managers merged with TEA in 2006, Mr. Harvey continued as the lead for West Coast systems and was instrumental in the integration of West Coast operations into TEA's corporate technology infrastructure.

Prior to joining TEA, Mr. Harvey spent several years as a consultant with Navigant Consulting and Scope International. He began his career as a civil engineer at East Bay Municipal Utility District.

Mr. Harvey holds a bachelor’s degree in civil-environmental engineering from Purdue University.

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