About Us

Thompson Gray, Inc. was established in July 2008 under the leadership and vision of a career civil servant who astutely identified a critical need for the U.S. Army and built a strong, growing company meeting that need.

Our highly skilled team has extensive experience in DOD budget/financial management and acquisition processes. We provide programmatic, financial, as well as information technology support to our DOD clients with particular expertise and emphasis on GFEBS implementation and training.

Our Executive Team

Our company is dedicated to helping our clients enhance their performance so that they may better benefit our communities and their workforce. The strength of our company is in the skills, experience, and work ethic of our professionals.

ABOUT OUR FOUNDER

Ron Gray, CEO

Sheila Thompson

On July 1, 2008, Sheila Thompson founded Thompson Programmatic Services Incorporated, the forerunner of what is known today as Thompson Gray. Sheila founded the company out of a sense of need. After completing 28 years as a dedicated civil servant, she recognized that the Army financial management community would need help navigating the significant changes brought on by the fielding of the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS). Her vision, of a company that focused on helping change the way the Army did its financial business, proved to be prescient. The company grew from a single owner doing customer work to a recognized market leader in the practice of optimization of a financial ERP.

In 2013 Sheila made another bold and insightful move when she sold a majority interest in the company to Cindy and Ron Gray, a Huntsville couple who had already demonstrated success in the field of Government contracting. The company, renamed Thompson Gray, continued to grow and expand its portfolio of capabilities, and more importantly continued to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to the customers and employees that make the fabric of Thompson Gray.

Sadly on April 22, 2018, Sheila passed away unexpectedly. Though she is missed by all who dealt with her, her indomitable commitment to people—customers, employees, colleagues, and friends—still is felt today.

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