Tomasz Kulisiewicz


Age: 58


Polish citizen

Married, two children




Professional experience:



Present                        Consultant and analyst of IT and telecommunications markets  (Lead Analyst at Audytel consulting company in Warsaw).

Advisor and expert for ICT projects for Polish public administrations (Office of Electronic Communications regulatory body, Ministry of Transport, local administration).

Researcher and Lead Analyst of SME IT Association & Vortal (research of use of IT and telecommunications in SME sector).

Expert of Adam Smith Center Polish think-tank (since 1996), expert of Association of Polish Managers (since 2002).

Editor-in-chief of „Electronic Administration” bi-monthly on e-government issues (since 2005).

Lecturer (Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw University of Technology – at post-graduate studies and invited lectures).

Invited speaker at conferences and seminars in Poland and abroad.

Member of Supervisory Council of Arbitration Court for Disputes on Domain Names at Polish Chamber of IT and Telecommunications (since 2005).

2004-2005                  Adviser to Office of Civil Services      

2005                  Subcontractor – analyst for GOPA-Cartermill (Belgium) at project "eGovernment Observatory" for DG ENTRI (European Commission).

1997-2006                  Editor-in-chief  of “Teleinfo” IT weekly and “Raport Teleinfo” monthly in Warsaw (B2B magazines on IT and telecommunications markets); Author and editor of Polish IT and telecommunications market annual „Teleinfo 500” (1997-2006);

 Editor-in-chief of „Law and Economics of Telecommunications” (2002-2005).

2001-2003                  Adviser to Polish Chamber of IT and Telecommunications.

1992-1997                  Editor, than deputy editor-in-chief of PCkurier IT bi-weekly.

1987-1992                  Specialist, than Deputy Country Manager in Remak-Opole Polish construction company operating on Hungarian energy market.

1983-1987                  Deputy manager of Instalexport Polish team in Ikarus bus factories in Hungary.

1982-1983                  Specialist of Energomontaz-Polnoc Polish construction company at nuclear power plant in Paks (Hungary).

1980-1982                  Conference and consecutive interpreter, translator of literature.

1976-1990                  Legal (sworn) interpreter of Hungarian language for Warsaw District Court.

1975-1980                  Systems programmer, than deputy chief analyst/chief programmer at COID – computer center of National Road Network Administration in Warsaw, lecturer at postgraduate studies at Warsaw University of Technology.


Education and trainings: Graduate of Budapest University of Technology (1974 – M. Sc. in Computer Sciences); software and hardware trainings in Poland and UK (1974-1980).


Language skills: Polish (mother tongue), Hungarian (former conference and consecutive interpreter), English (good command), Russian (basic knowledge).



  • Co-author of book on IT and Information Society Issues in SME Sector in Poland;
  • Co-author of White Books of Polish Lisbon Strategy Forum;
  • Author of 40+ research and technical papers in the area of ICT, presented at international and national conferences and seminars.


Other activities: Co-founder of ‘Citizens’ Internet’ civic initiative and SME IT Association promoting IT in SME sector.

Member of Lisbon Strategy Forum, member of Polish Information Processing Society.

Main areas of interest: social and economical impact of IT and electronic communications in Poland and new EU members, e-government services.


Awards: InfoStar prestigious Polish IT award (1996 and 2002, for promotion of IT issues in Poland).