Ashwini Jarral is currently engaged with various resources to launch his new venture focused on new and innovative approaches focused on a digital transformation. Mr. Jarral also provides consulting services for non-profits and not-for-profit organizations to help advise them on the issues associated with the business and digital transformation strategies.
Prior to his current role, Jarral was the co-founder of an innovative health care technology company, IDYA4, serving as the Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Jarral grew this company from the startup stages to over $7 million in revenue over a period of 18 months. Jarral also provided oversight on business development and day-to-day administrative and operational functions before the acquisition of IDYA4 by CloudMD in 2021.
Prior to IDYA4, Jarral served as the Executive Director (CEO) of the IJIS Institute, a nonprofit corporation formed by the U.S. Department of Justice, to help state and local governments develop ways to share information among disciplines engaged in homeland security, justice, and public safety. At the Institute, Mr. Jarral led the organization to the largest growth period in the history of the Institute, demonstrated by a 700% increase in funding through diversification to a market presence beyond justice.
With more than 25 years of experience in IT consulting and operations management, acquired through various executive roles, Jarral has been recognized nationally, and internationally for his work in information sharing since the tragic event of 9/11. In addition to the Justice and Public Safety sector, he also worked in the private sector providing professional technology services and solutions in the world of finance and telecommunications.
Jarral served on the Department of Justice Global Federal Advisory Committee, an advisory group to the U.S. Attorney General, and currently serves on the FirstNet Authority’s Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC)s, the Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) Task Force and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)s Computed Crime and Digital Evidence Committee.
Jarral previously managed the Standards Coordination Council (SCC) under the White House Sub-Committee of the Information Sharing and Access Interagency Policy Committee (ISA IPC), has co-chaired the Object Management Group (OMG) Information Sharing Working Group, served on the Global Standards Council (GSC) and served on the Board of Directors of the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA).
Mr. Jarral was named as a recipient and member of the prestigious Federal 100 Award in 2014. This award is presented to leaders who have gone above and beyond to make a real difference in the way technology is bought, managed, and used in the Federal IT community. Jarral received this award for his leadership role in conceiving and implementing a new standards-based interoperability program to help advance information sharing in the justice, public safety and homeland security environments to directly support the President’s National Strategy for Information Sharing and Safeguarding.
Jarral has published numerous articles, white papers and reports on various topics surrounding technology standards, interoperability and information sharing. He has played a key role in developing various information sharing standards within Justice, Public Safety, Homeland Security and Health. Jarral holds a B.S. in Decision Science and Management Information Systems (DMIS) and a M.S. in Management Information Systems. He is a Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Green Belt Certified Professional