Jack provides project management, vendor oversight, consulting and land mobile radio system engineering services to public and private sector clients. Jack has more than 35 years of experience in telecommunications of which over 25 are in land mobile radio system technologies.
For nineteen years (1996-2015) Jack carried out a full time consulting engagement with a large Northern Virginia county, and became a well-respected figure in public safety land mobile communications in the National Capital Region (NCR). Jack played a key role in the efforts of the NCR to create and maintain one of the largest, most sophisticated and most successful multi-jurisdictional voice radio interoperability networks in the United States. Jack has a strong passion for serving first responders and other radio system stakeholders, and focuses on identifying cost effective solutions that meet the needs and expectations of radio system end users.
Jack’s specialties include land mobile radio system project management throughout the entire project lifecycle, proposal evaluation and contract negotiations, equipment and solutions suitability assessment, testing, evaluation and recommendations, telecommunications and regulatory policy guidance, RF engineering, fleetmap development, complex system and subscriber radio problem analysis, characterization and troubleshooting, staff training, user group facilitation, and RF interference investigation and resolution.