John P. Jekowski
John P. (Jack) Jekowski is a founding Principal Partner of Innovative Technology Partnerships, LLC (ITP ). Mr. Jekowski oversees the Strategic and Scenario Planning business line for ITP as the Chief Planning Officer. His recent work has included development of long range strategic and scenario plans for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Office of Secure Transportation (OST), National Security Technologies, Inc., Sandia National Laboratories’ Nonproliferation and Assessments Strategic Management Unit and Safeguards & Security Directorate, DOE National Training Center, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Honeywell FM&T, New Mexico Public Television, Regional Development Corporation, and
the NSF Long Term Ecological Research Network. Mr. Jekowski has an active DOE "Q" Clearance.
Previously, Mr. Jekowski was director for strategic planning, business development, and government relations for Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies (FM&T), the largest non-nuclear manufacturing facility in the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex. Before joining AlliedSignal in 1994, Mr. Jekowski was vice president for EG&G Energy Measurements, Inc. In that position he managed the 300-person Kirtland Operations in New Mexico and a 150-person operation in Las Vegas, Nevada supporting the Defense Nuclear Agency (now known as DTRA) and Sandia National Laboratories’ underground nuclear weapons test activities, the DOE’s Transportation Safeguards program and other national security programs. Previously, Mr. Jekowski managed engineering research and development for EG&G in Los Alamos, New Mexico, supporting the Los Alamos National
Laboratory in scientific experiments worldwide.
Mr. Jekowski’s recent work has focused on long range scenario planning with the DOE, NNSA and the national laboratories, examining the national and global security environment in a post-9/11 world, with a focus on nonproliferation and arms control. Areas of research have included the future of science, global security, nonproliferation, energy and
environment, weapons of mass destruction, and the implications of national security policy on arms control
Mr. Jekowski also serves on a number of statewide public policy, education, economic development and science and technology boards. These include chairing the NSF EPSCoR New Mexico statewide advisory committee to enhance research infrastructure in New Mexico; and chairing the Regional Development Corporate, an economic development organization serving Northern New Mexico
and Los Alamos National Laboratory.