Janice currently supports OBIM FI’s BIWG and Executive Order activities. Immediately prior, she supported DOD’s Biometrics Chief Engineer (Will Graves) in architecture, requirements and stakeholder engagement, including the founding of the BIWG. She has been invited to testify before the UN Security Council and the US Congress on 19 times on issues pertaining to identity, biometrics, visa and border policies, REAL ID, and various legislative initiatives upon conclusion of her position as border counsel to the 9/11 Commission. On the Commission, Janice recommended biometric borders, founded the terms biometric borders, terrorist travel, and the phrase we must assure that people are who they say they are explained in her and her teammate’s monograph, 9/11 and Terrorist Travel.
Prior to that, she had two laws unanimously passed and signed into law, one that digitized identity theft and the other that enabled information-sharing on millennial cyber solutions. Janice won the 2015 Women in Biometrics Award, one of five women from over 50 nominated; has appeared on all major broadcasting networks multiple times as an identity and national security subject matter expert; been keynote at numerous conferences; and has lectured at Princeton, Villanova and George Mason University. She was (what became) Idemia’s Homeland Security Director prior to founding Identity Strategy Partners (IdSP). IdSP currently supports DHS OBIM and OBIM FI, and the Pentagon’s OUSD I&S Identity Intelligence Directorate, and has past performance with DOD PM Biometrics and the State Department.