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Robert P. Griffin

Director of the Arlington County Office

Emergency Management

HQ Phone:  (916) 932-1300

Email: r***@***.com

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100 Blue Ravine Rd.

Folsom, California,95630

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Member, Faculty

Georgetown University


Director

Arlington County


Affiliations

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Deputy Under Secretary -- Science and Technology Directorate


Federal Senior Executive Service

Member


Georgetown Utility Systems

Advisory Board Member


Loudoun Magazine

Assistant County Administrator and Chief


Emergency Management

County Mutual Aid Coordinator, Northwest Regional Medical Coordinating Center


Education

B.S.

political science

University of Massachusetts


Bachelor of Science

political science

same institution


Bachelor of Science degree

wildlife sciences

College of Natural Resources


Doctor of Philosophy

public administration/public affairs

Virginia Tech


Master's degree

public administration

University of Massachusetts


Web References(127 Total References)


2010hst.ieee-hst.org

Dr. Robert Griffin (Confirmed)
Director of First Responder Programs , Science and Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security Dr. Griffin joined the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate in August 2010. He serves as the Director of First Responder Programs and is a member of the Federal Senior Executive Service. Dr. Griffin comes to DHS after a twenty-year career in local government as a senior leader and first responder. Prior to his appointment Dr. Griffin served as the Director of Environmental Services for Arlington County Virginia. He managed a diverse portfolio of core governmental functions including roads and engineering, water and waste-water delivery and treatment, transportation, refuse and recycling, facilities construction and maintenance, fleet management, capital planning and construction, and a nationally recognized energy and environmental sustainability program. Earlier Dr. Griffin was appointed the first Director of the Arlington County Office of Emergency Management, where he developed a cross-functional department consisting of emergency management, law enforcement, fire/rescue, public health, and emergency communications personnel. As the Director of Emergency Management, he managed the integration of the County's emergency management functions and emergency communications functions into a single department. Programs of note include construction of a state of the art emergency communications center and data analysis center, an integrated public notification system including outdoor warning systems, enhanced sheltering capabilities for people and pets, and a nationally recognized citizen outreach effort. While in Arlington Dr. Griffin organized and led relief efforts to Florida (2004), New Orleans (2005), and numerous regional and intra-state deployments. In 2006, Dr. Griffin was recognized by the Arlington Civic Federation with the President's Award. Prior to his time in Arlington, Dr. Griffin served as Assistant County Administrator and Chief of Fire and Rescue in Loudoun County, Virginia, where he led the County's fire, rescue, bomb squad, emergency communications, and emergency management functions. He ran the Loudoun emergency operations center during the response to the 9/11/2001 attack on the Pentagon and the anthrax attack on the Dulles Postal Facility. Previously, he was Executive Administrator of the Town of Tyngsborough and Town Administrator of Townsend, Massachusetts. He is a certified fire fighter and fire officer. Dr. Griffin earned a Doctor of Philosophy in public administration/public affairs from Virginia Tech as well as a Master's degree in public administration from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a Bachelor of Science in political science from the same institution. Dr. Griffin's dissertation was a study of the characteristics of coordination in the homeland security network.


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Robert P. Griffin, Jr. Director, Office of Emergency Management


israelhls2014.com [cached]

Robert P. Griffin, Jr. - Deputy Under Secretary Science and Technology Directorate U.S. DHS
Deputy Under Secretary Science and Technology Directorate U.S. DHS Dr. Robert Griffin assumed the role of Deputy Under Secretary for Science & Technology (S&T) at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on May 12, 2014. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Griffin served as the Director of the First Responders Group (FRG) and led efforts to strengthen the first response community's ability to protect the homeland and respond to disasters. He is a member of the Federal Senior Executive Service. Dr. Griffin came to DHS after a twenty-year career in local government as a senior leader and first responder. He served as the Director of Environmental Services for Arlington County, Virginia, where he managed a diverse portfolio of core governmental functions, including roads and engineering, transportation, facilities construction and maintenance, fleet management, capital planning and construction, and a nationally recognized energy and environmental sustainability program. Dr. Griffin was appointed the first Director of the Arlington County Office of Emergency Management, where he developed a cross-functional department consisting of emergency management, law enforcement, fire/rescue, public health, and emergency communications personnel. As the Director of Emergency Management, he managed the integration of the County's emergency management functions and emergency communications functions into a single department. Programs of note include construction of a state of the art emergency communications center and data analysis center; an integrated public notification system, including outdoor warning systems, enhanced sheltering capabilities for people and pets; and a nationally recognized citizen outreach effort. While in Arlington, Dr. Griffin organized and led relief efforts to Florida (2004), New Orleans (2005), and numerous regional and intra-state deployments. In 2006, Dr. Griffin was recognized by the Arlington Civic Federation with the President's Award. Prior to his time in Arlington, Dr. Griffin served as the Assistant County Administrator and Chief of Fire and Rescue in Loudoun County, Virginia, where he led the County's fire, rescue, bomb squad, emergency communications, and emergency management functions. He ran the Loudoun emergency operations center during the response to the 9/11/2001 attack on the Pentagon, and the anthrax attack on the Dulles Postal Facility. Previously, he was Executive Administrator of the Town of Tyngsborough and Town Administrator of Townsend, Massachusetts. He is a certified fire fighter and fire officer. Dr. Griffin earned a Doctor of Philosophy in public administration/public affairs from Virginia Tech, as well as a Master's degree in public administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Dr. Griffin's dissertation was a study of the characteristics of coordination in the homeland security network. Dr. Griffin is currently on the faculty of Georgetown University's Public Policy Institute where he teaches graduate level courses in state and local governance.


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Chairman Bob Griffin 937-3369


www.civfed.org [cached]

June meeting presentations on the Arlington Information Technology Advisory Commission (ITAC)are available: Joe Pelton, Chair ITAC, Jack Belcher, Arlington Chief Information Officer (CIO) , and Bob Griffin, Director, Arlington Office of Emergency Management.


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