Jeffrey Weinberg

Mr. Weinberg is currently employed as a Transportation Security Inspector for Surface in the Newark Regional field office of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration. Mr. Weinberg’s responsibilities are ensuring security compliance of persons, freight and surface transportation systems regulated under Title 49 Code of Federal Regulation. In addition, he is responsible for the administration of critical and complex compliance and enforcement programs designed to ensure secure surface transportation and to protect the nation's public from terrorism, piracy, or other acts of sabotage to surface transportation systems, facilities, and networks.

Mr. Weinberg is also currently assigned as the liason between the Newark Regional Office and the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. His duties include ensuring the flow of intelligence information between the two agencies.

Mr. Weinberg’s first assignment with the Newark Regional Office was as a Transportation Security Manager assigned to Newark Liberty International Airport in terminal C for the morning shift. He was responsible for managing all security check points and baggage nodes with a staff of 100-150 Transportation Security Officers. He interpreted technical aspects of TSA policies, regulations and directives.

Mr. Weinberg managed external relationships and was the primary contact point for stakeholders related to terminal security. He assessed the staffing requirements based on organizational goals and budgets. Mr. Weinberg’s responsibilities also included identifying and analyzing problems and analyzed information to make decisions supporting the goals of the organization.

Prior to joining the TSA, Mr. Weinberg was the Director of Operations for Info-Corp in East Rutherford NJ. He was responsible for all manner of operations within the company including project management, technical support, customer service, and inventory control and installations. He worked closely with project managers to prepare statements of work and budgets, create and review equipment lists and resource allocations. He reviewed the technical aspects of the work statements to ensure completion and that all customer requirements were met. He met with clients on a routine basis to ensure service levels and customer satisfaction.

Mr. Weinberg retired from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office after a 25 year career in Law Enforcement. Mr. Weinberg worked as a detective and detective supervisor in the Major Crimes Squad, Criminal Investigation Division, Fatal Accident Squad, Computer Division. and the Computer Crimes Squad which he developed.

He was assigned as Bergen County Bias Crimes Officer and supervisor. Responsible for the supervision and investigations of all bias related crimes in Bergen County as required by the Chief of Detectives.

As the director and Law Enforcement liaison of the Computer division, Mr. Weinberg was responsible for the management of 28 employees, yearly and capitol budgets, approval of overtime as well as interviewing of prospective employees. He researched, developed and instituted the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office wide area network and was project manager for the installation of the system in the new facility located at 100 Eisenhower Drive, Paramus NJ. He made recommendations for the purchase and deployment of network servers, desk top computers and related software. He researched, developed and prepared capital bond requests in accordance with current and future budgeting requirements.

Mr. Weinberg was responsible for data security and compliance with federal regulations. He was the Criminal Justice Information Systems Terminal Access Coordinator and also responsible for ensuring compliance with Federal and State regulations regarding the use of Federal Computer Information Systems.

Mr. Weinberg was the National Crime Information Center 2000 project manager which required development and deployment of a 72 location wide area network using ATM and Frame relay circuits, Cisco routers and switches.

Mr. Weinberg earned his Master in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bachelor of Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.


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