Bradley, a Vice President with Jefferson Business Consulting, brings more than twenty years of experience in the public and private sectors, with a concentration on the business of government and advancing public policy. Bradley works with small, medium, and large businesses to develop and implement business development and go-to-market strategies. A recent addition to the Jefferson team, Bradley is focused on utilizing his trusted relationships with prime contract partners and government customers to help clients grow and serve civilian agencies more effectively.

Previously, Bradley was the Vice President for Civilian Agencies at the Professional Services Council (PSC), a leading association of over 400 government contractors representing the diverse technology and professional services industry. He led the association’s policy and programming for federal civilian departments with a particular focus on the Departments of Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs, and Health and Human Services. He excels in demonstrating the value of government contractors working alongside government employees to achieve better outcomes for America and helping government agencies become a smarter buyer of technology and professional services. At PSC, he led and coordinated over thirty federal acquisition training programs, allowing industry to share acquisition lifecycle perspectives on topics such company bid/no bid decisions, innovation, outcome-based contracting, pricing, debriefing, and contract administration post award. While at Deloitte and Dell Technologies, Bradley gained additional experience working across a broad portfolio of civilian agencies or micro markets, making him a knowledgeable advisor in how different agencies buy private sector technology and services.

In the federal government, Bradley advised the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security on matters related to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) management lines of business. He also previously served as Deputy White House Liaison at DHS, where he recruited candidates for political appointment, worked within the interagency to communicate policy issues, strategic messages, grant announcements, and the implementation of Homeland and National Security Presidential Directives. Bradley also served at the U.S. Department of Justice and in various positions in state government in Ohio.

He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.