Mr. Keil S. Green has spent the last sixteen years working with the government on public safety policy, program management, and operational support activities. Mr. Green oversees Lafayette Group’s portfolio of Federal, State and local contracts designed to ensure the effective use of over $5 billion provided to State and local emergency responders for interoperable communications systems.  In this role he has responsibility for a team of over fifty staff members and subject matter experts across the United States.  Prior to his support for the Federal government, Mr. Green served as the program lead for a number of State and local law enforcement technology implementations focusing on biometric technology and mobile data deployments.  Mr. Green came to Lafayette Group from the Domestic Policy Council at the White House as a post graduate scholar focusing on crime and drug policy. He is a graduate of the University of the South.

Mr. Green helped establish the Interoperable Communications Technical Assistance Program (ICTAP) within DHS in 2003, and has helped coordinate ICTAP’s work with public safety agencies in all 56 States/Territories.  Mr. Green was fundamental in the design and implementation of a number of major DHS initiatives, including the Tactical Interoperability Initiative, the National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) Goals validation, and the Public Safety Interoperable Communications Grant Program (in cooperation with the Department of Commerce).  Over the last two years, Mr. Green has focused on public safety broadband and is instrumental in DHS’ direct support for FirstNet as well as over 40 States requesting assistance on the broadband issue.  

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