General Manager, Military and Aerospace Division
There are many reasons why Jeff is the best man to lead ACS’s military and aerospace division as general manager—many of which, for top-secret reasons, can’t be discussed. Suffice it to say, Jeff spent three years in the 1980s as a TEMPEST engineer, picking up leaking radio and electrical signals from his base at the Honeywell Signal Analysis Center in Annapolis, Maryland for the National Security Agency.
After Jeff left Annapolis, he joined the Harris Corporation in Palm Bay, Florida as an EMI engineer for a whopping 24 years. For 15 of those, he was a lab supervisor, honing his craft and communication skills as one of the foremost leaders in his field. He earned widespread recognition for his intense dedication to efficient productivity with an emphasis on thought-provoking questions, such as the ones he asked in an article he published in Interference Technology in 2008 on shielding effectiveness.