Adam Krupp

Adam Krupp

Director, Indiana Government Services

Adam Krupp oversees our public sector work in the state of Indiana, as Director of Indiana Government Services, doing whatever it takes to deliver value and success. He possesses a mastery of each client’s business, technologies, and key resources across levels of the organization. He ensures effective collaboration across all teams and state agencies involved in achieving these goals.

As Director of Indiana Government Services, Adam ensures his team has mastered complex technology projects and understands the kinds of complexities that exist on system transitions, data management projects, and product services.

Adam Krupp began his career in Indiana teaching high school English and Theatre, followed by a career transition to practicing law as an attorney in New York, representing major sports organizations and television networks in trademark, copyright, and contract enforcement actions. More recently, Adam was appointed Commissioner for Indiana’s Department of Revenue and successfully transformed DOR’s workplace culture into the first government agency to be named one of the Indianapolis Star’s Top Workplaces in Indiana for both 2019 and 2020. 

I am constantly amazed by the talent, subject matter expertise, and passionate commitment to solving our clients’ most difficult challenges by the team at Resultant. As a former government official, it is incredibly satisfying to see such laser-focused effort to improve governments at all levels across the country through empathetic partnerships and fearless problem-solving.

Education

  • Purdue University Bachelor of Arts, Speech Comms, Theatre Education, English 
  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Juris Doctorate

Quick Facts

  • License to practice law: Georgia, Indiana, New York, Texas
  • 2019 Tobias Leadership Fellow 
  • Board Member, Project 44 
  • Board President, Boys and Girls Club of Boone County 
  • Volunteer Wish Granter, Make-A-Wish of Indiana 
  • 2020 Sagamore of the Wabash (awarded by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb) 
  • 2018 Indianapolis Business Journal 40 under 40 
  • 2016 Sagamore of the Wabash (awarded by Indiana Governor Mike Pence) 
  • Phi Beta Kappa (Purdue University)
  • Favorite Resultant Value: Purposeful Empathy