Scott Wilcox recently retired from the New York State Police after a thirty year career. At the time of his retirement, he was a Lieutenant Colonel and a member of the agency’s executive committee. One of Scott’s primary responsibilities was developing and managing the agency’s technology strategy. To accomplish this, he built and led high-performance teams that provided the agency’s technology governance, project management, service delivery, support, vendor management, portfolio management and information security. During his tenure, the agency initiated multi-year projects to replace its Records Management System (RMS), overhaul in-car technology and adopt body worn cameras. Scott also participated in the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) governance process as the CJIS Systems Officer (CSO) for New York state and as a member of the FBI’s Advisory Policy Board (APB). As CSO, he also worked closely with New York state IT and criminal justice partners to govern and ensure the delivery of shared criminal justice information services in New York state. Scott has also served as an Information Security Officer for the New York State Police and for the FBI CJIS process in New York state.