Information Sharing Team

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Mark D. Perbix

Mr. Mark Perbix is Director of Information Sharing Programs for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he oversees SEARCH’s initiatives to support justice and public safety information sharing nationwide. These initiatives focus on providing direct assistance to federal, state, local, and tribal organizations to improve their use of technology, information sharing, and communications interoperability in mission-critical projects. Initiatives include consulting and facilitation, strategic planning for information sharing and technology deployment, architecture development, business process modeling and analysis, service specification development, performance management, voice and data integration planning, application of technology standards, and developing effective governance and funding models.
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Andrew Owen

Mr. Andrew T. Owen is Director of Information Sharing Programs for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he oversees SEARCH initiatives to support justice and public safety information sharing nationwide. These initiatives focus on providing direct assistance to federal, state, local, and tribal organizations to improve their use of technology, information sharing, and communications interoperability in mission-critical projects. Initiatives include consultation and facilitation, strategic planning for information sharing and technology deployment, architecture development, business process modeling and analysis, service specification development, performance management, voice and data integration planning, application of technology standards, and developing effective governance and funding models.
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Bonnie Maney

Ms. Bonnie Maney is the Public Safety Training Manager / Information Sharing Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics. As Public Safety Training Manager, she is responsible for managing project staff, preparing and developing public safety training initiatives, and managing program budgets. She also coordinates grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts with funding agencies that can include local, state, and federal agencies; oversees program deliverables; and provides technical assistance to local, county, and state justice, public safety, and non-justice agencies in these areas of information technology: governance, planning, development, improvement, acquisition, integration, and interoperability. As an Information Sharing Specialist, she helps justice and public safety agencies nationwide improve their use of technology and information sharing in mission-critical projects and initiatives. She assists in all facets of information sharing capability development and voice and data interoperability, including strategic and tactical planning, architecture development, business process modeling and analysis, service specification development, voice and data integration planning, and performance management. She also contributes to publications on key issues and participates in efforts to develop and adopt national information sharing and interoperability standards.
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Nina K. Sullivan

Ms. Nina Sullivan is an Administrative Assistant for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where she provides administrative and program support, including preparing and maintaining files, correspondence, program materials and applications to relevant agencies, organizations and individuals, and assisting with conference and symposia preparation.
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Yogesh Chawla

Mr. Yogesh Chawla is an Information Sharing Architecture Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he plans, develops, implements, and deploys information sharing systems on behalf of SEARCH clients in local, state, tribal, and Federal government settings. He provides programming and configuration assistance, as well as consultation on implementation architecture and design with clients.
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James E. Douglas

Mr. James E. Douglas is an Information Sharing Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he helps justice and public safety agencies nationwide to improve their use of technology and information sharing in mission-critical projects and initiatives. He assists in all facets of information sharing capability development and communications interoperability, including strategic and tactical planning, architecture development, business process modeling and analysis, service specification development, and performance management. He also contributes to publications on key issues and participates in efforts to develop and adopt national information sharing and interoperability standards.
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Michael Jacobson

Mr. Michael Jacobson is an Information Sharing Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he helps justice and public safety agencies nationwide to improve their use of technology and information sharing in mission-critical projects and initiatives. He assists in all facets of information sharing capability development and communications interoperability, including strategic planning, architecture development, business process modeling and analysis, service specification development, and performance management. He also contributes to publications on key issues and participates in efforts to develop and adopt national information sharing and interoperability standards.
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Mo West

Mr. Mo West is an Information Sharing Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he helps justice and public safety agencies nationwide improve their use of technology and information sharing in mission-critical projects and initiatives. He assists in all facets of information sharing capability development and communications interoperability, including strategic planning, architecture development, business process modeling and analysis, service specification development, and performance management. He also contributes to publications on key issues and participates in efforts to develop and adopt national information sharing and interoperability standards, such as serving on the XML Structure Task Force (XSTF), an advisory team under the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative's Infrastructure/Standards Working Group (GISWG).
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Adjunct Instructors

Chris Baker

Mr. Baker is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state, and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Chris Celaya

Mr. Celaya is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Billy Freeman

Mr. Freeman is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Ron A. Haraseth

Mr. Haraseth is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state, and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Timothy A. Lenk

Mr. Lenk is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Thomas Margetta

Mr. Margetta is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state, and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Dick Miller

Mr. Miller is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Gary Parker

Mr. Parker is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state, and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Al Ruiz

Mr. Ruiz is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Chris Suter

Mr. Suter is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Steve Webb

Stephen J. Webb is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state, and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Dan Wills

Mr. Wills is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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Mike Worrell

Mr. Worrell is a Public Safety Technology Specialist for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides training to local, state, and tribal public safety agencies nationwide on communications interoperability issues.
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