Xenophon T. (Tom) James
Xenophon T. James is a founding Principal Partner of Innovative Technology Partnerships, LLC, (ITP) and Chief Information Officer. His responsibilities with ITP include manager technology, cyber-security and intelligence programs, network engineering, and telecommunications. Mr. James has over 42 years of experience in Safeguards and Security, information technology and telecommunications. He has managed efforts worldwide associated with the nation’s nuclear test program and Secure Transportation
Asset. Mr. James has an active DOE "Q" Clearance.
Mr. James previously was operations manager for EG&G Energy Measurements, and subsequently AlliedSignal FM&T’s Kirtland Operations, a 300 person, $23M per year technology-based operation located on Kirtland Air Force Base. In this position, Mr. James was responsible for activities in support of the Sandia National Laboratories; Los Alamos National Laboratory; the Defense Threat Reduction Agency; the DOE’s Secure Transportation Asset (Office of Secure Transportation); and several other federal
Mr. James also established and managed a 20 person technical support operation at the DOE Headquarters Forestall Building in Washington, D.C. and the DOE Germantown facility for eleven years (1979 through 1990). In this position he provided daily support at both facilities and in the general Washington, D.C. area for seven cabinet secretaries and their support staff. This included logistical support, procurement, management of property and resources, consultation, subcontractor oversight, and a variety of technical support activities. Mr. James also provided administrative and technical support to the OST relay station located in Maryland. This included day to day administrative support for maintenance and logistic of the facilities and grounds, technical support for all aspects of the electronics and communications equipment. In addition, he coordinated audits for TSD and Sandia personnel, and assisted in numerous upgrades to the equipment and
Mr. James was responsible for the design and installation of the Forrestall’s first Emergency Operations Center and upgrading of the Germantown EOC as well as the design and installation of uninterruptible power systems, communications systems, and audio/video support. Mr. James also assisted in the creation of a Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM) effort for DOE Headquarters, and supported that effort for eleven years.