Joseph V. Treglia

jOe Treglia image             JOSEPH TREGLIA      (jOe)

8667 E. Seneca Tpk. │ Manlius, NY 13104 |315.682.9806 │    jvtregli@syr.edu

PROJECT DIRECTOR, RESEARCHER, INSTRUCTOR &
BUSINESS CONSULTANT

Joe is Project Director and researcher for the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI), of the Syracuse University College of Law. His projects focus on Community Engagement in Crisis Response.  Current projects include Public Safety Communications Governance and SOP Studies, funded through the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. Joe teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in both the School of Information Studies and the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.  Joe has more than 25 years experience in information technology, government and not for profit services as consultant and as senior management.  He earned his PhD in information science and technology from the School of Information Studies, at Syracuse University. Research interests include communication and collaboration in crisis response, information assurance, cyber security issues, intelligence and information sharing within and across organizations, and inclusion.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF INFORMATION STUDIES & WHITMAN SCHOOL OF MGMT. 1993 – 2015
Adjunct Instructor
* 2012-2014, Management Principles (Graduate level)
* 2008-2010, 2015 Introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS) (UG) with Database, Web/HTML, Excel.
* 1993-2010, Organizational Information Security, IT Procurement, & Office Systems Design & Management at Graduate and Undergraduate levels.

IT & BUSINESS CONSULTANT  1984 – Present
* Provide guidance, training, and assistance on: Information Systems, Security, Grant Writing, Research, Telecommunications Technology, Databases, Web Services, Social Media, and other Internet Services.
* Primary focus was in government and not-for-profit agencies.

MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 2002 – Present
Special Assistant to the Sheriff
* Liaison with internal and external agencies. Coordinate joint projects with other departments and external groups.
* Responsible to plan, conduct, and evaluate research, as well as investigate and assist with grants and special projects.
* Assist in agency policy and procedure development; information assurance, and cyber security.

WIRELESS GRIDS LABORATORY 2007 – 2013
Assistant Director
* Syracuse University based research consortium. As Assistant Director, provided staff oversight and operation of the laboratory
* Identified and pursued new projects, grant proposals, and coordinated multidisciplinary research projects and activity.

ARISE, INC. 2002 – 2006
Director, Integrated Recreational Services and Madison County Programs
* Directed budgets and operations for Madison County Programs and Recreation Programs in Central New York. Directed and managed Day Hab, Res Hab, and Respite programs in Madison and Oneida County.
* Managed Federal and State Grant Projects. Created, oversaw, and coordinated the design, development, and instruction of programs and services for persons with developmental disabilities.
* Ensured program quality in accordance with Federal, State, and local standards. Liaised with government, private, and not-for-profit agencies, and the public. Sought grant opportunities and funding from government and non-government entities.
* Directed ARISE & SKI, ARISE at the Farm, created ARISE & FISH program, and after-school programs among others.

PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:

JIM MARSHALL FARMS FOUNDATION, INC., 2002 – Present, Director, Programs and Development;
MANLIUS POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1990 – 2003 ISO/Investigator/Youth Officer;
CHITTENANGO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1985 – 1990 Sergeant/Investigator/Officer.
ONONDAGA COUNTY SHERIFF’s OFFICE, 1982-1985
Deputy Sheriff
ONONDAGA COUNTY CORRECTIONS DEPT, 1980-1982
Corrections Officer

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Ph. D., Information Science and Technology, Syracuse University
Master of Science, Information Resources Management, Syracuse University
Graduate Certificate, Telecommunications and Network Management, Syracuse University
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science/Liberal Arts, Syracuse University

Certificate in University Teaching
General Topics Instructor, NYS Bureau of Municipal Police
HSEEP Training
Crisis Negotiator Training by Federal Bureau of Invest. I & II
Youth Officer, State of NY Police Juvenile Officers Association
Certified Corrections officer, NYS Department of Corrections
Dale Carnegie Communication Training & Public Speaking
Drug Abuse Resistance Education Instructor (DARE)
John Reid Schools on Basic & Advanced Interviewing
Interviewing Sexually Abused Children, University of Delaware
Project Adventure – Team Building & Group Facilitation
US Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Reviewer

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Association of Management Member (AOM)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Law Enforcement Online (LEO)
NYS Police Juvenile Officers Association member (NYSPJOA)

 

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8667 E. Seneca Tpk., Manlius, NY 13104 |(315) 682-9806 (H)

Ph.D. in Information Science & Technology, SU 2013
Master’s Degree in Information Resources Management, SU 1995
Graduate Certificate in Telecommunications & Network Management, SU
Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science/Liberal Arts, SU

Citations Link:
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=-SIdOk0AAAAJ&hl=en

Teaching and Professional Experience:

Project Director & Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) – Sponsored research on Interoperable Communications Governance and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Public Safety Communication Centers in Central York sponsored by New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES) January 2014 to present.

Adjunct Instructor- Syracuse University School of Information Studies and Whitman School of Management:
2012 – 2014 Management Principles (Graduate level)
2008 – 2010 Introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS) UG
1993 – 2010 Organizational Information Security, IT Procurement, & Office Systems
Design & Management at graduate and undergraduate levels

IT Consultant – UNIIS – United Information Services
Information Systems, Grant Writing, Research, Technology, Web Hosting, Internet Services & Consulting Group. Focus on government and not-for-profit agencies.

Madison County Sheriff’s Office
Special Assistant to the Sheriff & Deputy Sheriff, County Law Enforcement Agency; Information assurance, cyber security, policy & program development, grants and special projects. 2002 – present

Assistant Director – Wireless Grids Laboratory
Syracuse University based research consortium. Assist Director with staff oversight and operation of the lab; identify and pursue new projects, grant proposals and coordinate multidisciplinary research projects and activity. Web site http://wglab.net, 2007 -2013.

Director – Integrated Recreational Services & Madison County Programs
ARISE, Inc., Syracuse, NY. Direct budget and operations for Madison County Programs and Recreation Programs in Central New York. Directed and Managed Day Hab, Res Hab and Respite programs in Madison and Oneida County. Managed Federal and State Grant Projects. Create, oversee and coordinate design, development, instruction of programs and services for persons with developmental disabilities. Insure Quality in programs in accordance with Federal, State and local standards. Liaison with government, private and not-for-profit agencies and the public. Sought grant opportunities & funding from government and non-government entities. Directed ARISE & SKI, ARISE at the Farm, and created the ARISE & FISH program, and after-school programs among others, 2002 – 2006.

· Core Management team member in $7,500,000 not for profit agency
· Supervised 40+ full and part time paid staff, supervised 200+ volunteers
· Facilitator for Madison County Public Hearings on Countywide Services Plan
· Presenter at State and local conferences on Disability and Wellness issues

Director – Programs & Development – Jim Marshall Farms Foundation, Inc., Chittenango, NY. Develop funding and programs in the not-for-profit agency serving people with mental illness or disability as volunteer. Web http://jmffinc.org, 2006 –

Information Systems Officer/Investigator/Youth officer
1990 – 2003. Manlius Police Department. Information systems officer, IS evaluation & implementation, training, research and development, grant management, writing and administration. Assisted with National & State Accreditation writing policy & procedures. Liaison to area schools and community organizations. Implemented MCT’s and Video Cameras in patrol cars. Created internet presence for Police Department making it the first NYS Police Agency on the internet in 1993.

Police Sergeant/Investigator/Officer
Chittenango Police Department. Supervisor, investigator and officer in village police agency. Created agency records database and incident management system. Implemented first department networked internal email system. 1985 – 1990.

ONONDAGA COUNTY SHERIFF’s OFFICE, 1982-1985
Deputy Sheriff

ONONDAGA COUNTY CORRECTIONS DEPT, 1980-1982
Corrections Officer

Academic and Professional Publications and Presentations:

Treglia, J., and Delia, M. “Cyber Security Inoculation” Presentation at 2017 NYS Cyber Security Conference and Symposium on Information Assurance, Empire State Plaza Convention Center – Albany, NY, June 7-8, 2017.

Treglia, J., Delia, M. Jansson, G. “Social Media Considerations for Cyber Security and Crisis Response” Presentation at 2014 NYS Cyber Security Conference and Symposium on Information Assurance, Empire State Plaza Convention Center – Albany, NY, June 3-4, 2014.

Treglia, Joseph. ”Three Essays on Law Enforcement and Emergency Response Information Sharing and Collaboration: An Insider Perspective.” Dissertation, Syracuse University, NY, US, 2013.

McKnight, Lee W., Piza, Tony, Marsden, Janet, Treglia, Joe, Dutta, Aron, Cohen, Robert, and Houghton, Jim. “Workplace as Service.” White Paper By Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. TM Forum 01/13; 192.

Treglia, Joseph. “Cooperation that Works – Lessons from the CNYICC; A Multi-jurisdictional Public Safety Communications Consortium.” NYSAC News (Winter), 2012.

McKnight, L., Marsden, J., Treglia, J., Nanno, E., Hameed, A., & Lu, Y. Open Specifications for Wireless Grids Technical Requirements, Version 0.1. WiGiT, Syracuse University, 1-22, 2012.

Marsden, Janet, Treglia, Joseph and McKnight Lee. “Dynamic Emergency Response Communication: The intelligent Deployable Augmented Wireless Gateway (iDAWG).” in Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support (CogSIMA), 2012 IEEE International Multi-Disciplinary Conference on. New Orleans, USA: IEEE, March 6-8, 2012.

Treglia, Joseph, McKnight, Lee, Venkatesh, Murali, Bose, Tamal, Volos, Haris, Van Aardt, Jan, McKeown, Don, Mishra, Sumita, Lee, Myung. “Social Emergency Response Technology Policy.” in TPRC 38th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy, hosted by George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, VA. Arlington, VA, September 23-25, 2011.

Treglia, Joseph and Venkatesh, Murali. “iDAWG: Intelligent Deployable Augmented Wireless Gateway.” Presentation to National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS) Annual Business Meeting, June 27-28, 2011. Published in proceedings.

Treglia, Joseph, McKnight, Lee, Kuehn, Andreas, Ramnarine-Rieks, Angela, Venkatesh, Murali and Bose, Tamal. “Interoperability by ‘Edgeware’: Wireless Grids for Emergency Response.” Presented and published in proceedings of HICSS-44, 44th Hawaii Int’l Conference on System Sciences, E-Government Track, January 4-7, 2011, The Grand Hyatt Kauai, Koloa, HI/USA.

McKnight, Lee W., Treglia, Joseph, Kuehn, Andreas. “Wireless Grids or Personal Infrastructure: Policy Implications of an Emergent Open Standard.” Published in proceedings of “TPRC 38th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy, hosted by George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, VA, October 1-3, 2010.

Treglia, Joseph. “Developing Practical Cyber Security Policy Using a Multidimensional Approach.” Presentation accepted for13th Annual 2010 NYS Cyber Security Conference, Empire State Plaza Convention Center – Albany, NY, June 16 – 17, 2010.

Treglia, Joseph. “A Classification of Agents and Entities Influencing Law Enforcement”, Poster at iConference 2010. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Il, February 3-6, 2010.

Treglia, Joseph, Ramnarine-Rieks, Angela and McKnight, Lee. “Collaboration in a Wireless Grid Innovation Testbed by Virtual Consortium,” in Networks for Grid Applications (Book), Vol. 25. Springer 2010, pp. 139-146.

Treglia, Joseph V. and Park, Joon S. “Towards trusted intelligence information sharing.” In Proceedings of ACM SIGKDD Workshop on Cyber Security & Intelligence Informatics (CSI-KDD), 15th Conference on Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining, Paris, France, June 28-July 1, 2009.

Treglia, Joseph. “Motivating People to Adopt Information Security Practices in Organizations.” Presentation in Proceedings of 12th Annual 2009 NYS Cyber Security Conference, Empire State Plaza Convention Center – Albany, NY, June 3 – 4, 2009.

Treglia, Joseph. “Two Cans on a String: Technical Social & Legal Barriers to Effective Information Sharing Among Federal, Tribal, State & Local Law Enforcement Agencies in the United States,” Poster in proceedings of iConference 2009 – iSociety: Research, Education, Engagement. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, February 8-11, 2009.

Ho, S. M. and Treglia, J.V. Roundtable Discussion – “Feasibility Discussion on Identifying Possibility for a National Behavioral Anomaly Detection Platform.” In proceedings of 4th Annual iConference on iSociety: Research, Education and Engagement, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Feb., 8-11, 2009.

Treglia, Joseph. “Actionable factors affecting intelligence information sharing between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in the United States.” Poster presentation at the AGEP Academic Excellence Symposium, Syracuse University, June 11, 2008. Received award of Honorable Mention.

Treglia, Joseph. “Focus Group Findings on Early Wireless Grid Adopters.” Presented at 4th Wireless Grids Research Workshop: Research on the Wireless Grid Innovation Experience. Syracuse University CASE Center, October 12, 2007.

Treglia, Joseph. “Advancing Integrated Recreational Opportunities in Central New York.” The 1st Statewide Conference on Health & Wellness for Adults with Disabilities: Empowerment through Healthier Lifestyles. Sponsored by Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, U59/CCU 203351 and the New York State Department of Health, , Albany, NY. April 15-16, 2004

“Standard Practices Manual for Processing Finger printable Criminal Cases.” Published by New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Office of Justice Information Services, Albany, NY, 2001.

Treglia, Joseph V., “Monitoring How Children Use the Internet,” Post-Standard, The, Syracuse, NY. 1997, April 10 (67).
Grants and Projects:

NYS 2014 Regional Economic Development Council Award for $1,280,000 to Cazenovia Hospitality, LLC. for a National chain hotel and conference center in Cazenovia, NY.

FY 2014 Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) by US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); wrote three regional fire department applications for over $1.8 million for Communications projects to improve operations and Safety. (Pending Review).

Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant program (SICG) 2013, by NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications. Supported several multi-million dollar award winning applications seeking improvements in governance structures, operating procedures, infrastructure development, and addressing SAFECOM guidance.

National Science Foundation “Partnerships For Innovation: Wireless Grid Innovation Testbed project,” Supplement award for intelligently connecting first responders and stakeholders, $246,000, for 2012.

NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES), Office of Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications (OIEC), FY 2010-2011 Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant (SICG); “Meeting National Interoperability Standards,” $1,997,812, for Madison County, for 2012.

New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES), State Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (SLETPP) grant for ” FY10 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program,” $44,935, for Madison County Sheriff’s Office, awarded 2011.

U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) for a “Video Conferencing Program,” $29,892, for Madison County Sheriff’s Office, awarded 2011.

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services “Public Safety
Partnership & Community Policing Grants: Public Safety Land Mobile Radio Network,” $800,000, awarded 2010.

NYS Office of Homeland Security “Explosive Detection Canine Team Grant,” $50,000, awarded 2010.

National Science Foundation “Partnerships For Innovation: Wireless Grid Innovation Testbed project,” $600,000, awarded for 2009.

NYS Senate Legislative Grant – Sen. David Valesky, “Accessibility improvements and program support,” JMFF, Inc. , $20,000 awarded 2009.

National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP), accorded Honorable Mention for 2008, first SU Student ever so recognized.

Creative Core $100,000 Emerging Business Competition sponsored by M&T Bank and the New York Business development Corporation (NYBDC). Submitted in January 2008, competitive business plan for Wireless Grids Corporation regarding communications software development and marketing. Top 10 finalist.

Central Upstate Regional Alliance and the Metropolitan Development Association of Syracuse and CNY “Grants for Growth” program. Applied for $75,000 in December 2007 for Wireless Grids research project development, status awarded.

NYS Office of Child and Family Services – Special Delinquency Prevention Program (SDPP) – Youth mental health services program, for JMFF, Inc., awarded $4,000 in both 2008 & 2009.

Enitiative – Entrepreneurship Grant: Syracuse Campus-Community Entrepreneurship Initiative, applied for “Entrepreneurship in Emerging Technology” in August 2007 for $20,000 of $130,000 total project cost, status awarded.

John Ben Snow Memorial Trust – awarded $24,000 for facility improvements to Jim Marshall Farms Foundation, Inc. in 2007 and $10,000 in 2008.

Central New York Community Foundation, Inc. – awarded $24,000 for operations and improvements to Jim Marshall Farms Foundation, Inc. in 2007, and $4,000 for Community Playground in 2009.

NYS Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, through Central New York Developmental Services Office, awarded $32,000 to ARISE, Inc. for after-school program for children with disabilities for 2006 forward (annualized program).

NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Grant – awarded $96,000 for Public Accessible Trailhead Project; Town of Camillus in and Camillus Snowmobile Club, for snowmobilers and bicyclists with special needs. 2006.

US Department of Education – Office of Rehabilitation & Disability Services –awarded grant for $425,000 for ARISE, Inc program: “Advancing Integrated Recreation in CNY”, 2004.

U.S. Department of Justice & NYS DCJS grant award for “Improving Interagency Cooperation in Domestic Violence Cases in Onondaga County.” Awarded $450,000 for multi-year information sharing and coordination project in 1995.

Professional Certifications and Training and Relevant Experience
Certificate in University Teaching (2011)
General Topics Instructor, New York State Bureau of Municipal Police
Crisis Negotiator Training by Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) I & II
Youth Officer, State of New York Police Juvenile Officers Association
Certified Corrections officer, New York State Department of Corrections
Dale Carnegie Communication Training & Public Speaking
Drug Abuse Resistance Education Instructor (DARE)
John Reid Schools on Basic & Advanced Interviewing
Interviewing Sexually Abused Children, University of Delaware
Project Adventure – Team Building & Group Facilitation for Adults & Youth
US Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Reviewer

Graduate and Undergraduate Courses Taught
IST614 Management Principles, Fa’12, Sp’13, Fa’13, Sp’14, Fa’14
IST500 Information Technology Procurement Strategies, Su‘05
IST454 Office Systems Design and Management, ’94. ’95, ’97, ’98, ’99, Sp’00, Fa’00
IST429 Organizational Information Security, Sp‘08, Sp’09, Sp’10
IST422 Acquiring, Procuring & Financing Information Tech., Fa’00, Sp’01, Sp’02, Fa‘02, Fa’03, Sp’07
MIS325 Introduction to Information Systems for Managers, Fa‘08, Fa’09, Sp’10

Research Activity Noted
“Public Safety & Security – Glimpse of the Future.” LTE Test Provides Insight into Nationwide Public Safety Network. Emergency Management, Issue 1 Vol. 8, Jan.-Feb. 2013: 40-43. E. Republic.
“Cutting Edge.” Emerging technology could positively impact all phases of emergency management. Emergency Management, Issue 6, Vol. 7, Nov.-Dec. 2012: 24-31. E. Republic.
“Collaborative Networks: Lessons Learned from Public Safety.” Designing Fedorowicz, J., & Sawyer, S. (2012). IBM Center for The Business of Government, Collaborating Across Boundaries Series.

Selected Conferences Attended
Cyber Roundtable: Recommendations for the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace. Maxwell School, Syracuse University, September 3, 2010.
Cyber Risk and Information Security Conference. Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, June 2009.
NSF Federal Cyber Service Symposium, Washington, DC, January 2009 & 2010.

Service
Community Services Board – Madison County
Personnel Committee 2010/2011 – School of Information Studies
Cyber security Curriculum Group 2013, 2014 School of Information Studies

Memberships
Association of Management Member (AOM)
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Law Enforcement Online (LEO)
NYS Police Juvenile Officers Association member (NYSPJOA)
Skills
Networking, Web Development, Social Media, Technical Writing, Project Management, Programming
HTML, Fortran, Pearl, C++, Database Design, SQL
Linux, Ubuntu
Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint
Adobe Photoshop, Corel PaintShop
SPSS
Atlas.ti
Blackboard
APIs

Web Links
https://whitman.syr.edu/directory/showInfo.aspx?nid=jvtregli
http://ischool.syr.edu/newsroom/news.aspx?recid=534
http://ischool.syr.edu/newsroom/news.aspx?recid=1319

Hobbies/Interests
Family, antique cars, horseback riding, soccer, technology

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Joseph V. Treglia