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Dr. John (Jack) Jones

Jack has worked with information systems since the 80s. In his work at Sandia Labs he was instrumental in the development of, and was the first commercial user, of an early data standard for the exchange of data by unlike computer-aided design and manufacturing systems. At the National Institutes of Health he developed the organization's first enterprise architecture and was named one of the top IT leaders by "Government Computing News" for his ability to build collaboration across the organization with its many diversified missions. He went on to become the NIH's CIO and is widely credited with bringing thought leadership to healthcare IT's analytics and data exchange needs, establishing NIH's foundation of service oriented architecture, and developing the first use of federated identities in the federal government - connecting twenty six million users to NIH resources.

 

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