The National Interoperability Collaborative is a “community of networks” designed to promote greater information-sharing, interoperability, and collaboration in human services, public health, healt
Co-chaired (with Union's president) corporate education and training committee, guided technical education to meet federal, national, and state standards; implemented corporate-wide knowledge and critical skills management system; designed two new highly acclaimed training programs; Integrated local technical and community college resources into on-site and offsite corporate education and training.
Decade-long leader involved in student and faculty retention, recruiting, tenure, executive search, budget and finance, facilities, infrastructure, business process upgrades and other matters pertaining to general operations in higher education. Executive co-sponsor of a multi-year technology and facilities update that took the institution from no comprehensive infrastructure to twice-national recognition among the “100 Most Wired U.S. Campuses.”
Executive appointment to multi-year City/County economic planning and development effort. Served by request primarily on Infrastructure and on Education sub-committees.
Selected "Best Paper"
This was a cross-disciplinary paper presented to an audience of academic, government, and military researchers and practitioners. Ours was the then-largest non-governmental, non-military implementation of the Ada programming language in the world.
Particular interest at the conference surrounded our involvement with development of the latest version of the Ada programming language, Ada 95.
Staff at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute provided recommendations and requisite peer review.