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Peter Alterman, Chair of the U.S. Federal PKI Policy Authority, National Institutes of Health
Dr. Peter Alterman is Chair of the Federal PKI Policy Authority and Assistant Chief Information Officer for Electronic Authentication at the National Institutes of Health. In 2001, he was Acting Director of the Federal Bridge Certification Authority and he served as Senior Advisor to the Chair of the Federal PKI Steering Committee until 2003. Peter has been actively involved in Internet technology since serving on the Federal Research Internet Coordinating Committee in 1989. In 1997, he received the NIH Director's Award for "providing innovative leadership to NIH Executives and Managers by identifying and addressing critical issues in managing the information technologies of NIH." In 2002, he received the E-Gov Pioneer Award and the Potomac Forum Leadership Best Practice Award for the NIH-Educause PKI Interoperability Project. In 2003 he received Special Recognition Awards from the Federal Bridge Certification Authority and the Federal PKI Steering Committee. In 2005 he received a special recognition award from the E-Authentication Partnership for his work on Levels of Assurance determination. Peter serves on numerous government and industry electronic identity management committees and workgroups. He received his Ph.D. in 1974 from the University of Denver.

Abbie Barbir, Senior Advisor, Web Services, Nortel's Strategic Standards Group
Abbie Barbir, Ph.D., co-chair of the OASIS TAB and is a member of Nortel's Strategic Standards group, where he serves as Senior Advisor in the areas of Web services and Security. This role has involved him in many activities within OASIS, W3C, WS-I, OMA, ITU-T, Canadian Advisory Committee (CAC) JTC1 SC6, IETF, Parlay and IPSphere. He currently chairs the Cybersecurity question in ITU-T SG17 and is the vice chair of the CAC for JTC1 SC 6. In 2005, he represented OASIS to ITU-T and was instrumental in having the ITU-T consent the SAML and XACML OASIS Standards as ITU-T Recommendations. Abbie holds a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, USA. In his more than 20 years in the software and telecommunication industry, he has been a professor of Computer Science in Western Carolina University, an application developer, data compression and encryption inventor, systems architect, security architect, engineering manager, consultant, author, and inventor of numerous security algorithms.

Stijn Bijnens, Senior Vice President, Identity Management, Cybertrust
Stijn Bijnens is the senior vice president of identity management for Cybertrust, and the chief executive office and member of the Board of Directors of Ubizen, a majority-owned subsidiary of Cybertrust. Stijn has served as the CEO of Ubizen since he co-founded the company in 1995. He is an internationally recognized leader in e-Security, and a regular speaker for ITWorks and the Institute for International Research. He has been widely recognized for his outstanding business and management skills, and was named Manager of the Year 1999 in Belgium by Trends Magazine. He also received the DataNews Award of Excellence for a Startup Company. From 1992 to 1995, Stijn investigated network security and object oriented distributed systems. He's a researcher at the Department of Computer Science at KULeuven, Belgium's largest university, and at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. His research background was instrumental to Ubizen's growth and success. In addition to leading Ubizen, Bijnens is also co-founder and Chairman of the Board for GlobalSign. Stijn has a Master's Degree in Computer Science from KULeuven.

Kevin Blackman, CTO, Wisekey SA
Kevin Blackman is the CTO at WISeKey. Having worked for Government in projects involving strong information security for high worth transactions, and software development activities, he worked for a multipartite research lab established by cooperating States in ASPAC, and North America. Thereafter he participated in national strategic foresighting, and contributed to policy development within his native Trinidad and Tobago, including human resource strategy and managing the development of a technology and innovation park. He joined WISeKey in 2000 to deploy a global PKI system in partnership with the International Telecommunications Union for use of member states. Since then he has participated in a projects spanning PKI interoperability testing in Europe, security for digital video broadcasting systems and hardware; electronic voting; and export promotion and trade transactional systems.

Toufic Boubez, CTO, Layer 7 Technologies
Dr. Toufic Boubez is a well-respected Web services visionary. Prior to co-founding Layer 7 Technologies, Toufic was the Chief Web Services Architect for IBM's Software Group and drove their early XML and Web services strategies. He co-authored the original UDDI API specification and participated on several standards bodies, including the UN/CEFACT/OASIS ebXML initiative. He is a sought-after presenter and has chaired many XML and Web services conferences. In 2002, InfoWorld named Toufic to its "Ones to Watch" list. An author of many publications, one of his most recent books is the "Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI". Toufic is also actively involved with various standards organizations such as OASIS and co-author of the WS-Trust and WS-SecureConversation specifications. He is also the co-editor of the W3C WS-Policy specification. Toufic holds a Master of Electrical Engineering degree from McGill University and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Rutgers University.

Christopher Brown, Engineer, Enspier Technologies
Christopher Brown is a software engineer at Enspier Technologies located in Alexandria, VA. Currently, Christopher works in the GSA E-Authentication Interoperability Lab. Previously, Christopher has been employed by the National Institutes of Standards and Technology where he worked in the PKI group of the Computer Security Division. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Bowie State University and pursuing a Masters degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Peter Brown, Founder, Pensive.eu
Peter Brown is Chair of the eGovernment Focus Group set up by the European standards agency, CEN, and until July 2006 was Senior Expert on eGovernment strategy in the Austrian Federal Chancellery, where he worked on pan-European eGovernment services, electronic identity management and EU "Information Society" policies. His new company, Pensive.eu, is researching user-centred identity memnagement solutions and semantic Web technologies. Peter is an author and was a co-editor of the OASIS Reference Model for Service Oriented Architecture.

Karel De Vriendt, Head of Unit, European Commission, Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General
Karel De Vriendt is a Dutch speaking Belgian who holds a nuclear engineering degree and a post-graduate degree in IT. After having worked for seven years as a software engineer and project manager in a large multinational telecommunications company, he started to work for the Commission in what is now the Information Society and Media directorate-general, following-up research projects related to software engineering. Thereafter, he worked for fifteen years in the Commission's internal IT service, managing projects and teams working on electronic mail, networking and telecommunications, user support and application development. Since mid 2005, he is responsible, in the Enterprise and Industry DG, for the pan-European eGovernment services unit. This unit is responsible for the IDABC programme that has as its objective to "identify, support and promote the development and establishment of pan-European eGovernment services and the underlying infrastructure supporting the Member States and the Community in the implementation, within their respective areas of competence, of Community policies and activities, achieving substantial benefits for public administrations, businesses and citizens."

Nima Dokoohaki, Master Student of Software Engineering of Distributed Systems, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Nima Dokoohaki is a software researcher and engineer. He selected his bachelor's degree research project on the ebXML specifications. He studied how ebXML is going to revolutionize architecture of e-business standards and applications and how ebXML is going to construct the path toward an electronic global marketplace. In August 2004, Nima gave a presentation on the "Evaluation of Methods and Guidelines of Building a Global Electronic Marketplace using ebXML" to an Iranian IT society. Nima holds a bachelors degree in software engineering and is currently studying for a master degree in Software Engineering of Distributed Systems at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden. He is currently focusing his thesis work on the same subject: Security, Privacy and Trust in Semantic Web Services.

Mark D. Ferrar, Director of Infrastructure, Technology Office, NHS Connecting for Health
As Director of Infrastructure within the Technology Office of NHS Connecting for Health, Mark's current role covers both infrastructure and information governance / IT security responsibilities. Covering strategy and architecture for large national programmes such as NHSmail and the N3 network, the infrastructure directorate also embraces provision of guidance throughout the NHS for the desktop, the Network Operating System and associated services and common applications used throughout the NHS and plays a key role managing relationships with suppliers such as Microsoft, Novell, Cisco, Intel, AMD and Vodafone. Mark joined the NHS in September 2004 after 17 years with ICI, the international chemicals and paints company, where he held a variety of IT management and architecture roles until becoming Global Infrastructure Manager in the Office of the Global CIO. Mark holds BSc, MBA and PhD qualifications, the latter for work on the computer simulation of flow-processed short-fibre reinforced composite materials from Liverpool University. When time allows, Mark can be found mountain biking, canoeing or hill-walking in the English Lakes, Yorkshire Dales or North York Moors not far from home.

Paul Fremantle, VP/Tech, WSO2
Paul Fremantle co-chairs the OASIS WS-Reliable Exchange TC, and was one of the founders of WSO2, a leader in Open Source Web Services. Paul was previously a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, where he led the development of the IBM Web Services Gateway.

Patrick J. Gannon, President and CEO, OASIS
Patrick J. Gannon is President and CEO of OASIS. He has served on the OASIS Board of Directors since July 2000. Patrick has also served since 2000 with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), as Chairman of the Team of Specialists for Internet Enterprise Development, which advises governments in transitional economies on best practices for electronic business. He has worked for BEA Systems, as Senior Vice President in the eCommerce Integration Division. Patrick also served as Vice President of Marketing and Industry Programs at Netfish Technologies and as Vice President of Strategic Programs for the CommerceNet Consortium, directing research and development efforts in new Internet commerce standards such as XML. While at CommerceNet, he was the first ProjectLeader for RosettaNet and served as Executive Director for the Open Buying on the Internet (OBI) initiative. Patrick is co-author of the book: "Building Database-Driven Web Catalogs", and is an international speaker on electronic business and Web Services standards.

John Gøtze, XML Standards Specialist and Technical Writer
John Gøtze edits OASIS News and assists Robin Cover on research, writing, and editing content for the XML.org and Cover Pages websites. John is also an associate professor at Copenhagen Business School and at the Danish IT University, where he lectures and supervises projects in enterprise architecture. Prior to joining OASIS, John served as chief consultant and enterprise architect at the National IT and Telecom Agency in Copenhagen. He participated in developing the Danish national policy for a government-wide enterprise architecture and interoperability framework, which recommends government to adopt a service-oriented architecture. In the EU IDA programme, he was involved with developing the European Interoperability Framework under the eEurope 2005 programme. As a civil servant, John co-authored several Danish and Swedish official policy documents, for example, the White Paper on Enterprise Architecture in Government and The 24/7 Agency: Criteria for 24/7 Agencies in the Networked Public Administration. He also collaborated on Bowling Together - Online Public Engagement in Policy Deliberation and was heavily involved with writing "Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems" and "Roadmap for E-government in the Developing World: 10 Questions E-Government Leaders Should Ask Themselves". By training, John is a technologist and a social scientist (MSc (Eng.) and PhD (sociology of technology), both from the Technical University of Denmark. John speaks Danish,English, Norwegian, and Swedish and is based in Copenhagen.

John Hughes, Identity and Passport Service, UK Government
John Hughes is a Managing Consultant in PA Consulting, specializing in Identity Management and Application Security, especially from a business transformation perspective. Before joining PA Consulting, John was Chief Security Engineer of Atos Consulting. Prior to joining Atos Consulting, he was the CTO of Entegrity Solutions. He has actively contributed to the development of the SAML standard and is a member of the Security Services technical committee and the WS-SX committee.

Frank Jorissen, VP International Business Development, SafeBoot International BV
Frank Jorissen started his ICT Security career in 1985 at the COSIC crypto laboratory of the University of Leuven, Belgium. From 1987 onwards, Frank held various senior positions at Cryptech, Utimaco, where he was in charge of PKI, and at Certification Authority GlobalSign (Cybertrust). Since 1999, Frank has been Vice-Chairman of EEMA (http://www.eema.org/). Frank also co-founded EEMA's ISSE (Information Security Solutions Europe) Conference, of which he has chaired the Steering Committee ever since. Since 2005, Frank has been VP International Business Development at mobile data security specialist SafeBoot, the manufacturer of the awarded SafeBoot® suite of security enforcement solutions for PCs, laptops, PDA's and smartphones. In this capacity Frank is in charge of PKI token partnerships and usage of eID cards.

Maarten Koopmans, Manager Middleware Services, SURFnet
Maarten Koopmans is manager middleware services at SURFnet, the Dutch research network. He has worked on A-Select (the Dutch authentication and federation middleware), the Dutch national version of GForge and the SURFnet Network detective toolkit. Before joining SURFnet, Maarten worked for ING group, a leading financial institution. At ING, he worked on various security-related projects.

Zivko Lazarov, Senior Advisor, DigiNotar
Having studied Business Administration at the University of Rotterdam, Zivko Lazarov became Management Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, before moving into the field of software solutions. With a specific interest in new software solutions, Zivko managed several projects at the Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), combining change management with pragmatic interdisciplinary implementations. In 2000 Zivko joined DigiNotar. At that time an innovative ICT Start-up providing digital certificates and Internet solutions as a Trusted Third Party. Nowadays market leader in the Netherlands for a broad range of authentication, digital signatures and trust services. Zivko contributed to the growth of the customer base and product portfolio holding functions in Consultancy and Product Management. When digital certificates where still a new phenomena he was involved as an Internet security advisor for the early adaptors, mainly Governmental and large Financial organisations. After the first customised implementations, the need rose for further standardisation and volume. Zivko was made responsible for the development of new standard Trust Services. As Product Manager new services like digital archiving, e-tendering and digital invoicing were developed. With the growing interest for Authentication, Identity Management and Trusted Internet solutions, he has taken the role of Senior Consultant. Zivko continues to bring to bear his solid technical and organisational experience in these fields. Zivko is member of different Internet security working groups and frequent speaker at seminars and universities.

June Leung, Security and Business Recovery Department, FundSERV, Inc.
June Leung chairs the OASIS PKI Member Section Steering Committee and is the Senior Manager, Security & Business Recovery, for FundSERV Inc. Based in Toronto, FundSERV provides network and application services and is the central certificate authority for the Canadian investment fund industry. June began her career at FundSERV in 1999 as a bilingual technical support associate. A year later she became the company's first PKI Security Administrator and went on to hold various positions in the department. Leading a team of seven, June now provides services for some 16,000 certificate holders across 300 firms. She also participates in company's Operations Steering Committee, which manages FundSERV's day-to-day activities. Since May 2000, June has been an active member of Toronto Entrust User Group and OASIS PKI Technical Committee. In 2003, she co-authored the white paper, "PKI Deployment — Business Issues."

Chuan Liu, Vice Chief Architect, TongTech Co., Ltd.
Liu Chuan is the vice chief architect of TongTech Co., Ltd. and a software developing manager. Presently, as the chief designer, he is responsible for TongIntegrator (TI), an Enterprise Application Integration Suite, which is a JAVA-based SOA implemention and has been widely applied in many EAI projects for government departments and a few big enterprises. Furthermore, he has participated in over 5 real EAI projects, most of which were for province-level government departments and big successful enterprises. From 1998 to 2001, Chuan worked as the software project manager and chief designer for TongEASY, a transaction monitor product which received the "China National Science & Technology Prize" in 2002. He was also invited to give lectures on "The EAI Technique Based on Component" in 2003 and "The New EAI Technique and Platform Based on SOA" in 2005 at the Software Technique Conference in China. Chuan graduated form the School of Chinese Academy Sciences, where he has been invited to give lectures about EAI techniques.

Hal Lockhart, Principal Engineering Technologist, BEA Systems
Hal Lockhart is a Senior Principal Engineering Technologist in the CTO's Office of BEA Systems. He represents BEA in information security-related standards activities at various bodies including OASIS, WS-I, EPCGlobal, JCP, W3C, Liberty Alliance, OMG and Open Group. At OASIS he is the co-chair of the XACML TC, co-chair of the Security Services (SAML) TC, and an active member of a number of other TCs, including the WS-SX TC. He was the OASIS Coordinator for the April 2005 WSS Interop demonstration. In 2005, Hal was elected to the OASIS Technical Advisory Board where serves as co-chair. He has frequently been an OASIS speaker at various public events. He is also the primary representative to OASIS for BEA Systems. In his more than 30 years in the software industry, Hal has worked in nearly every aspect of the business. He has been an application developer, kernel engineer, systems architect, engineering manager, operations manager, consultant, author, director of security and standards representative. He has worked in development, operations, service delivery, marketing and sales, in large companies and small ones, as well as consulting for many Fortune 500 companies.

Mike Morris, Head of Solution Architecture and Standards, Capgemini UK
Mike heads up the Solution Architects' practice within the Software Engineering group at Capgemini. Mike is an experienced Solutions Architect, specialising in both the delivery of complex custom software development and also integration solutions using Java and a service-oriented delivery approach. Mike has built a number of systems in government, utilities and finance. Mike is an active evangelist of standards and open source technology and an active participant in the Java Community Process and OASIS standards bodies. Mike has led a large variety of complex projects from mobile applications through to ERP integration projects across various industries. He has presented at JavaOne in 2004 and 2005 as well as the Oracle User Group on .NET and J2EE interoperability, J2EE development and mobility.

Søren Peter Nielsen, Chief Consultant/IT Architect, Danish National IT and Telecom Agency
Søren Peter Nielsen works for the Danish Government. Among his responsibilities are defining the necessary policies, reference architectures, standards etc. to implement public sector federation. Prior Søren worked at IBM for more than 20 years covering many different industries. Søren is an Open Group Certified IT Architect, and is lead author of 14 IBM Redbooks (technical cookbooks) covering a broad range of topics.

Arshad Noor, Founder & CEO, StrongAuth, Inc.
Arshad Noor is the Founder & CEO of StrongAuth, Inc., a Sunnyvale, CA-based company that specializes in identity management, compliance workflow and Enterprise Key Management solutions. He is the current Chair of the PKI-TC in OASIS, and the (proposed) Chair of the SKSML-TC, also at OASIS.

Simon Phipps, Chief Open Source Officer, Sun Microsystems
Technology futurist Simon Phipps is a well-known computer industry insider and commentator and as well as having a widely-read weblog he speaks frequently at industry events on technology trends and futures. At various times he has programmed mainframes, Windows and on the Web. Currently the Chief Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems, Inc., he was previously involved in OSI standards in the 80s, in the earliest commercial collaborative conferencing software in the early 90s, in introducing Java and XML to IBM and most recently with Sun's open source strategy. He lives in the UK, is based at Sun's Menlo Park campus in California.

John Sabo, Director, Security and Privacy Initiatives, CA, Inc.
John Sabo is the CISSP Director, Security and Privacy Initiatives for Computer Associates, providing leadership in the use of CA technologies in trusted infrastructures. John is an appointed member of the Department of Homeland Security's Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee. In June 2005 he also completed seven years of service as a member of the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board (ISPAB), a federal advisory committee managed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. John represents CA in a number of industry organizations. He is President of the International Security, Trust, and Privacy Alliance (ISTPA); board member and President of the Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC); member of the Homeland Security Policy Task Force and Privacy Subcommittee, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; member of the OASIS PKI Member Section Steering Committee; and co-Chair of the OASIS PKI Technical Committee. For 2006, he is serving as Chair of the ISAC Council, an organization of major ISACs in the United States. Prior to his work in the private sector, John was Director of the Social Security Administration's Electronic Services Staff and recognized as a leader in the development of e-government services. In that capacity, he directly addressed online security and privacy policy and operational issues. John holds degrees from King's College (Pennsylvania) and the University of Notre Dame, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He speaks regularly at national and international security and privacy conferences and symposia.

Keiron Salt, Solution Architect, British Telecommunications
Keiron Salt is a solution architect within BT.

Erkki Saharanta, Senior Region Manager, Valimo Wireless
Erkki Saharanta, B.Sc., MBA is the Senior Region Manager (regions include UK, Benelux, Portugal, Africa, Australasia) at Valimo Wireless. His technical background includes communication electronics studies. Erkki spent a few years working as a field technician in the 1980's. In 1990, he started on the commercial side studies and moved over (mainly) to the business sector. Erkki has worked in several managerial positions, including a Sales Director and Unit Leader for some ICT organizations in the 1990's. Throughout the years, he worked in the areas of Sales, Product Development, HR and General Administration. In late 2003, Erkki began working for Valimo Wireless. At first he was in charge of developing domestic and international sales channels then broadened to overall business development in several regions world-wide. Erkki has lectured at conferences and the Business University in Helsinki (on cross-cultural issues in international business environments).

Rich Salz, Senior Security Architect, IBM
Rich Salz is one of the early Internet visionaries and created InterNetNews (INN), a highly efficient NNTP/Usenet system that is still in use today. Rich is also an original implementor of some of the earliest PKI and SOAP systems, and co-invented (patents pending) aspects of value-bearing certificates and digital signatures. Rich was the Chief Security Architect of DataPower until the IBM acquistion in October of 2005. Prior to DataPower, Rich was co-founder and CTO at Zolera systems, co-designed Identrus PKI and key management at CertCo, and held senior architect positions at The Open Group/OSF and BBN. Rich has spent over 15 years in the security industry as a member of IETF, WS-I, W3C, and OASIS standards groups, and has contributed directly to WS-Security, HTTP, ebXML, SOAP, XKMS, and SAML specifications. Frequent speaker on computer security, was a featured columnist for O'Reilly's XML.com, a contributor to the Unix-Hater's Handbook (IDG Books, 1994), and was one of the first co-recipients of the Lifetime Achievement award from the USENIX Association for BSD UNIX.

R.J. Schlecht, Director, Industry Technology Security & Compliance, Mortgage Bankers Association
Robert J. Schlecht is an Industry Technology Director for Security and Compliance at the MBA. He has 20 years of network and information security experience. His primary responsibility with the MBA has been logical authentication and identity management.

Nigel Stanley, Practice Leader - IT Security, Bloor Research
Nigel Stanley is a specialist in business technology and IT security. For a number of years Nigel was Technical Director of a leading UK Microsoft partner where he lead a team of consultants and engineers providing secure business IT solutions. This included data warehouses, client server applications and intelligent web based solutions. Many of these solutions required additional security due to their sensitive nature. From 1995 until 2003 Nigel was a Microsoft Regional Director, an advisory role to Microsoft Corporation in Redmond in recognition of his expertise in Microsoft technologies and software development tools. Nigel had previously worked for Microsoft as a systems engineer and product manager specialising in databases and developer technologies. He was active throughout Europe as a leading expert on database design and implementation. Nigel has written three books on database and development technologies including Microsoft .NET. He is working on a number of business-led IT assignments and is an executive board member of a number of privately held companies. He has significant experience in security and related activities and is practice leader for security at Bloor Research. Nigel continues to write many papers and articles on IT. His latest paper for Bloor Research "Securing the Business Infrastructure and the Bloor Assured Business - A Perspective" was published in August 2006. Outside of work Nigel's interests include clay pigeon shooting, electronics and mechanical engineering. Nigel Stanley has written research papers for Bloor Research including: Identity Management and Threat Management.

Ann Terwilliger, Director of Security Projects - PKI, Visa International
Ann Terwilliger is Director of Security Projects - PKI for Visa International. She began her career at Visa International in 1987 and has worked on a variety of network and product development projects, including Visa's SET and Verified by Visa eCommerce initiatives. Her primary focus for the past ten years has been implementing PKI at Visa in support of its products and services. Her current responsibilities include administering the Visa X.509 Policy Authority, overseeing the operation of Visa's CAs and developing standards and policies for PKI usage at Visa. Ann is active in several security standards groups such as IETF and OASIS.

Andrew S. Townley, Managing Director, Archistry Limited
Andrew S. Townley is the Managing Director of Archistry Limited, a firm specializing in helping organisations bridge the gap in communications and understanding between business and IT stakeholders. Andrew is a former Manager and Technical Architect with BearingPoint Ireland and was the Enterprise Architect and Technical Design Authority for the Irish Government's Public Service Broker project providing the SOA backbone of Ireland's e-government strategy. He has led the design and implementation of several mission-critical, distributed computing applications in the Telecommunications, Financial Services, Public Sector and Software industries in addition to working closely with business stakeholders to determine their real needs and critical success factors. Andrew is a regular speaker at the InfoSeCon security conference, and has had articles published in Information Security Bulletin magazine in addition to being an active participant in the U.S. Government's SOA Community of Practice. He holds the CISSP security certification and is a member of both the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society. His written work also includes a chapter in the upcoming SOA Study 2007 to be published by SIGS Datacom discussing the organizational implications of BPM deployments.

John Wailing, Director of Technical Policy, Cabinet Office - UK Government
John Wailing's role in the UK Cabinet Office e-Government Unit is to engineer the technical policies, standards and generic components needed to fulfil the Prime Minister's vision of ensuring that IT supports the business transformation of Government itself so that we can provide better, more efficient, public services. John has designed innovative and secure IT solutions for many years. Recently, John set the design standards for the UK's new Criminal Justice IT system with particular emphasis on system security. Previously, he worked at the Office of the e-Envoy on projects such as the Government Gateway and was at the Inland Revenue office attempting to tease new functionality out of existing systems.

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