JAY JACOB WIND
611 South Ivy Street, Arlington, Virginia 22204
tel: 703-920-5193 fax: 703-521-6157
MBA Management Science, University of Georgia, 1978, highest honors
BA Psychology, University of Wisconsin, 1971, honors
- Certified Project Manager Professional (PMP) with 30 years of experience managing information technology projects
- Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) certified assessor
- 30 years of experience performing statistical analyses
- Published hundreds of op-eds, articles, and maps analyzing the environment and environmental risks to human health
- Expert at a wide variety of computer software, wireless networking, all Microsoft Office applications, all Adobe publishing application, and many SAS products including DATA step, more than 100 PROCs, MACROs, graphics, mapping, GIS, EIS, STAT, and SCL
- Managed projects for a more than a dozen leading systems firms, including 200 research and training projects for US Census Bureau, US Environmental Protection Agency, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Energy, Department of Navy, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Resolution Trust Corporation, Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Sprint International / GlobalOne, National Children's Medical Center, Environmental Technology Council, and 12 State governments
- Extensive Federal and State regulatory research in all environmental data systems for emissions, storm water, waste water, hazardous and solid waste, contaminated media, and permitting, enforcement, and other compliance areas. Managed projects leading to many analyses, reports, and improvements of EPA's Toxics Release Inventory. Designed original Gateway to Environmental Program Systems, leading to EPA's ENVIROFACTS and Integrated Data for Environmental Analyses (IDEA) systems
- Extensive experience performing statistical analyses and designing executive information systems, interactive systems, and geographic systems; writing reports, documentation and proposals, development new business, designing web sites, and making presentations to mid-level and senior staff.
- Developed computer systems at AMS, EPA, FDIC, and other Federal agencies and commercial establishments
- Organized, publicized, and supervised hundreds of special events around the D.C. area
2001-Present: Robert Weiner Associates, Washington DC, Senior Associate
- Researched issues of national importance, wrote articles and op-eds for publication, and designed and maintained web sites
2005-Present: The Centech Group, Falls Church VA, Project Manager
- Managed Cost & Progress (C&P) project for U.S. Census Bureau. Led five programmers to complete a schedule of 120 computer programs through seven steps in standard CMMI system development life cycle. Successfully led deployment of more than 100,000 lines of fully tested and documented SAS code for the entire 2006 Dress Rehearsal and 2008 Census Test. Supervised and edited user's guides and massive planning documents. Invented Work Breakdown Structure scheduling tool to convert contractual requirements from Excel into Primavera. Designed automated program to create computer-based-training directly from Word DOC files on the fly, completing a six-week project on paper in two days.
• Designed CMMI-compliant risk management system for corporate usage via Sharepoint.
• Contributed extensively to proposals
1990-Present: American Environmental Institute, Arlington VA, Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer
- Consultant to various technical and engineering companies:
• Aspen Systems, Inc., Silver Spring MD
• CRP, Inc., Washington DC
• Environmental Technology Council, Washington DC
• Cadmus Group, Waltham MA
• C.C. Pace Systems, Fairfax VA
• Computer-Based Systems Inc., Arlington VA
• E.H. Pechan and Associates, Inc., Springfield VA
• Engineering-Science, Inc., Fairfax VA
• Hagen Media Research, McLean VA
• ICF Consulting, Inc., Fairfax VA
• Labat-Anderson, Inc., Arlington VA
• Pragma Corporation, Falls Church VA
• PRC Environmental Management, McLean VA
• Rainbow Technology, Inc., Olney MD
• SBC Communications, Hoffman Estates IL
• Science Applications International Corp., Falls Church VA
• Tetra Tech, Inc., Fairfax VA
• User Technology Associates, Arlington VA
• Versar, Inc., Springfield VA
• VíGYAN, Inc., and Indus Corporation, Falls Church VA
• Westat, Inc., Gaithersburg MD
- For EPA's "Children and the Environment Report," conducted a statistical analysis of infant mortality 2001-2003 and its correlation to air pollution, matching 8,000 infant deaths to 3 million survivors, subject to complex criteria. To solve this problem, designed and implemented a massive parallel processing computing environment. "P vs. NP" problem such as this are generally considered unsolvable under conventional procession methods
- For SBC, served as lead analyst converting data from legacy systems acquired from Ameritech, Cingular, Dish Network, Nevada Bell, Pacific Bell, and Yahoo Dial, into a Single Point of Truth data base, in one of the larger Extraction, Transformation, and Load projects ever undertaken
- For EPA, managed team of UNIX experts and SAS programmers to develop UNIX-based TRI Explorer, (http://www.epa.gov/TRIexplorer), shown by EPA Administrator Carol Browner at annual Public Data Release on May 12, 2000. Received Letterof Commendation from EPA client for this work
- For EPA, , managed team of UNIX and Notes programmers to develop UNIX-based system-documentation repository in Lotus Notes. Managed assembly, conversion, and quality control of more than 200 system documents from various sources into Lotus Notes. Managed team performing quality analyses of EPA's 31 major databases
- For EPA and Environment Canada, managed team to develop PC-based probabilistic models of upstream discharges and downstream water pollution, now used by both agencies
- For EPA, managed team to develop mainframe-based Toxics Release Inventory Quick Analysis Tool Kit (TRIPQUIC), a highly-interactive mainframe system
- For EPA, managed a team of programmers to develop Executive Information System (EIS) for visual display of quantitative information for all major EPA databases. Published award-winning papers at SAS Users Group International describing EIS
- For EPA, managed team to prepare extensive analyses in support of TRI Expansion project, resulting in Executive Order to add 286 new chemicals and six new industrial classifications to TRI for Reporting Year 1995
- For EPA, managed team to develop UNIX-based Environmentally Sensitive Targeting and Assessment Tool to map downwind and downstream effects of air and water pollution, as part of EPA Office of Information Resource Management's award-winning Gateway/ENVIROFACTS project at EPA System Development Center
- For U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, managed team to develop Air Bag Information Request database to enable Administrator to report on the safety and effectiveness of depowered airbags. Results were announced to the public on October 11, 1999, and covered extensively in national newspapers
- For GlobalOne, managed team of programmers to develop of Offshore Traffic Analysis Management System (OTAMS) to manage and analyze data for more than 10 million international phone calls per month. Published award-winning papers at SAS Users Group International describing this system
- For FDIC, designed a methodology to optimize local area networks for data delivery using SAS. As a result, FDIC saved 100 labor hours per month and several hundred thousand dollars each year in data transmission costs
- For RTC, managed team to perform extensive statistical analyses of transaction data and optimize report production. Taught SAS classes in six RTC regional offices to more than 200 RTC analysts.
- Taught SAS classes at National Children's Medical Center, US EPA, and ICF
1978-1990: American Management Systems, Arlington VA, Principal (Partner)
- Managed more than 200 projects for EPA, Department of Transportation, Department of Labor, Department of Energy, Department of Navy, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, industrial firms, and trade associations. Detailed project descriptions are available upon request.
System Design: Designed computer systems for a wide variety of clients, including US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac), US Department of Energy, US Department of Navy, GlobalOne (formerly Sprint International), and 12 State governments. Designed websites for US EPA and numerous non-profit organizations. EPA systems include TRI Quick Analysis Tool Kit (TRIPQUIC); Gateway to EPA Program Systems; Program Integration Project Queries Using Interactive Commands (PIPQUIC). He also designed US Department of Energy's Policy Analysis Screening System (PASS). Designed an extensive system for Environmental Technology Council using MS ACCESS and developed numerous analyses for EPA's Office of Drinking Water using MS ACCESS.
Expert at all of EPA's major data systems: Aerometric Information Retrieval System (AIRS) Facility Subsystems (AFS) and Air Quality Subsystem (AQS) and the related models Industrial Source Complex (ISC) and Climatological Dispersion Model (CDM); Biennial Reporting of Hazardous Wastes System (BRS); CERCLA Information System (CERCLIS); Emergency Response National System (ERNS); ENVIROFACTS and its ORACLE components; Facility Index System (FINDS); Industrial Facilities Discharge (IFD); Integrated Data for EnvironmentalAnalyses (IDEA); Permit Compliance System (PCS); NEEDS Survey; Resource Conservation and Recovery Information System (RCRIS); Safe Drinking WaterSystem (SDWIS); Storage and Retrieval of Water Quality (STORET); and Toxics Release Inventory System (TRIS).
Presented training classes at EPA, FDIC, RTC, Freddie Mac, DOE, Navy, and state government offices. Presented papers at six SAS Users Group International conferences and five Regional SAS users groups.
Hardware: Expert on all widely-used computer platforms, including UNIX systems administration; IBM Mainframes under TSO and CICS, DEC VAX, IBM-compatible and Apple Macintosh desktop computers; CALCOMP, Hewlett-Packard, Sun SOLARIS, Tektronix workstations; Ethernet, Token Ring, SNA, X.25, Novell, and other PC networks; FTP and HTTP.
Software: Extensive experience with client-server links, computer graphics, database design and development, and visual presentation tools. Expert on ADABAS Natural, Arbiter, ARC-Info, ARC-View, BASIC, BDAM, Corel Presentations, Corel Quattro Pro, Corel WordPerfect, Crosstalk, dBASE, DB2, DynaComm Elite, Focus, FreeLance, Harvard Graphics, HTML, IRMA, ISPF, Lotus Approach, Lotus 1-2-3, Lotus Notes, Fortran, MacDraw, MacWrite, MapGrafix, MapMaker, Microsoft Access, Microsoft DOS BAT, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Oracle, PC-PLOT, SQL, SPSS, SAS, TCP/IP, TSO/CLIST, UNIX Shell, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Word, WordStar, and Wylbur. Installed and developed SAS applications including EIS, graphics, macros, and web interfacing on all major platforms: OS/MVS, VAX/VMS, UNIX, OS/2, PC DOS, and all versions of Windows.
Clearance: Held Top Secret clearance between 1978 and 1983 and is eligible for re-clearance
2001-2002: Vanguard Foundation, Arlington VA, Development Manager
- Directed National Run for Recovery 5Ks in October 2001 and September 2002, raising more than $40,000 for Vanguard Foundation
- Designed and maintained web site (www.vanguardservices.org)
1980-present: Other Organizations
- Wrote weekly sports column since 2001 for Arlington Sun Gazette
- Directed first annual Potomac River Run Marathon and Half Marathon in May 2004, attracting runners from 16 states and 3 countries, raising more than $2,500 for various charities and earning a double-five-star (top) rating from MarathonGuide.Com. Wrote and maintained web site (www.pvtc.org/marathon.html)
- Currently planning second annual Potomac River Run Marathon and Half for May 2005, attracting runners from 22 states
- Wrote and maintained web sites for numerous local and national organizations, including Arlington Heights Civic Association (now located at www.ahca.info), the broadest-scope web site among all Arlington County civic associations. Developed first e-mail lists for an Arlington County civic association and popularized their usage among other civic associations. Coined the term "civic technology," now widely-used in Arlington to describe the use of e-mail lists, web sites, and other Internet tools to improve neighborhoods. Received Certificate of Appreciation, Arlington County Civic Federation, April 2001
- Directed Arlington's second-largest five-kilometer footrace, Mitzvah 5K, for the six years 1998-2003, raising more than $10,000 for a scholarship fund
- Served on the 1992 Presidential Transition Team and helped assemble the General Services Administration (GSA) Briefing Book. Government Operations Cluster Coordinator Dietra Ford wrote, "Beyond a doubt, it was your ingenuity and skill at the computer which ... enabled us to finish the project on time."
- Designed and maintained web site "How to Say Thank You in Every Language on Earth" (www.geocities.com/thankyous), translating English courtesy phrases into 100 languages
- Designed and maintained web site "Potomac Valley Track Club" (www.pvtc.org). Designed and directed Arlington's's fall and winter youth track programs
- Directed campaigns for park bond issues in Arlington, Virginia, in 2004 ($75 million), 2002 ($67 million), 2000 ($25 million), 1998 ($18.75 million), 1996 ($12.75 million), 1994 ($13.8 million), and 1992 ($11.9 million), winning 65-75% of the vote each year. Chaired Arlington's Parks and Recreation Commission 1996-1997; commissioner, 1991-1998. In 1996, coordinated 170 volunteers for the Olympic Torch Relay through Arlington. Served as president and treasurer of The Arlington Co-operative Organization. Received Arlington County's "Community Hero" award in September 1997.
- Commissioner, Zoning Board of Appeals, Madison, Wisconsin, 1972-1974, appointed by Mayor Paul Soglin
- Honorable Mention, Best Contributed Paper, 21st SAS Users Group International conference, 1996
- Research reported in Time, November 11, 1993, "Toxins on Tap," work performed for Natural Resources Defense Council
- First Prize, Best Contributed Paper, 13th SAS Users Group International conference, 1988
- Salesman of the Month, American Management Systems, November, 1986
- First Prize, EPA Washington Information Center, Best Graphic, 1984
- Ed Barron Memorial Service Award, Potomac Valley Track Club, 2001
- Named "One of the Five Most Influential People in the DC area running community," Metro Sports Magazine, March 2001
- President's Award, Potomac Valley Track Club, 1999; Outstanding Male Masters Runner, 1990-1992 and 1997-1999
- Outstanding Male Masters Runner, DC Road Runners Club, 1998
- Road Runners Club of America National Volunteer Award, 1994
- Alfred Tom Felde Award for Outstanding Club Member, Washington Running Club, 1983
- Most Improved Male Athlete, DC Road Runners Club, 1980
ACADEMIC AND COMMUNITY AWARDS
- Certificate of Appreciation, Arlington County Civic Federation, April 2001
- "Community Hero" Award, presented by Arlington County Board and Northern Virginia Sun, September 1997
- Chair, Park and Recreation Commission, Arlington County VA, 1996-1997
- Inducted into Campus Co-op Hall of Fame by North American Students of Co-operation, 1993
- Dean's Fellowship, University of Georgia, 1978
- Dean's List, University of Wisconsin, 1970; Illinois State Scholar, 1967
- J. Wind, C. Gleason, M. Yu, K. Njuguna, M. Powers. "EPA'sSAS Analytic Library on the Web." 24th SAS Users Group InternationalProceedings , Miami, FL, April 1999.
- J. Wind, C. Griffith, and G. Phillips. "SAS/EIS - SPRINTingto the Rescue: Sprint International Global Voice Engineering Executive Information System." 20th SAS Users Group International Proceedings, Chicago IL, March 1996. Honorable Mention, Best Contributed Paper. Alsopresented at Virginia SAS Users Group, Herndon VA, June 1995; Southeast SAS Users Group, Raleigh NC, September 1995; and Northeast SAS Users Group, Arlington VA, October 1995.
- W. Layne, L. Hall, and J. Wind. "TRIPQUIC: An Innovative Way to Analyze TRI Data." TRI Data Use Conference 1994: Building TRIand Pollution Prevention Partnerships, US EPA and Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association, Boston MA, December 1994.
- J. Wind. "Sustainable Development Outside The Nation's Capital." US Delegation to the U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development and the Secretariat and the Chair of the Second Session of the U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development, in regards to the Agenda 21 chapter on The Critical Elements of Sustainability under review at the Second Session of the UN/CSD, New York City NY, May 1994.
- J. Wind, B. Baum, and C. Gleason. "Tools and Techniques to Integrate and Map Geographic Data Using SAS/GRAPH Software." 18th SAS Users Group International Proceedings, New York City NY, May, 1993.
- J. Wind. "Using SAS/GRAPH to Map Geographic Data." Southeast SAS Users Group Proceedings, St. Petersburg Beach FL, February, 1993.
- J. Wind and B. Baum. "Excellent Maps Using SAS/GRAPH: The Latest Tools and Techniques." Northeast SAS Users Group Proceedings, Baltimore MD, October, 1992.
- W. Kuykendal, T. Lahre, D. Solomon, J. Wilson, and J.Wind. "Air Toxics Emission Inventory Support for the Urban Area Source Program of the Clean Act Amendments of 1990." 84th Annual Meeting of Air and Waste Management Association Proceedings, Anaheim CA, October, 1991.
- J. Wind and B. Niemann. "SAS/GRAPH Software: All the Maps You'll Ever Need." 16th SAS Users Group International Conference Proceedings, New Orleans LA, February, 1991.
- J. Wind and J. VanGorder. "Using SAS/GRAPH as a Nucleus for an Interactive Geographic Information System." 15th SAS Users GroupInternational Conference Proceedings, Nashville TN, April, 1990.
- B. Carhart, P. Blakely, M. Klevs, W. Koucky, C. Nash, and J. Wind. "Multimedia Impacts from Atmospheric Transport of Air Toxics."Paper 89-10.6, 82nd Annual Meeting of Air and Waste Management Association Proceedings, Anaheim CA, June 1989.
- J. Wind and K. Green. "Taking the Best Advantage of SAS/GRAPH's Geographic Information Tools." 14th SAS Users Group International Conference Proceedings, San Francisco CA, April, 1989.
- J. Wind, C. Hanson, and J. Summerhays. "PIPQUIC: Interactive Tools for State and Local Air Pollution Risk Assessment." National Governors'Association Second Joint Conference on Integrating Data for Decision-Making, Washington DC, December, 1988.
- J. Wind and R. Matheny. "Using SAS/GRAPH to Integrate and Analyze Environmental Spatial Data." 13th SAS Users Group International Conference Proceedings, Orlando FL, March, 1988. First Prize, Best Contributed Paper, Graphics.
- J. Wind. "Groundwater Pollution Potential, Baltimore County, Maryland." Poster session, 13th SAS Users Group International Conference, Orlando FL, March, 1988. Honorable Mention, Best Color Presentation of Data.
- R. Matheny and J. Wind. "Opening The Gateway: A User-Friendly Interface to EPA's Acid Rain Data Bases." National Governors' Association Integrated Data Users Group, Washington DC, May, 1987.
- K. Green, J. Wind, and S. Hufford. "Integrating EPA's Estuarine and Coastal Zone Information with User Friendly Data Base Management Tools, " in Estuarine and Coastal Management, The Coastal Society, New Orleans LA, October, 1986.