Alan Leidner is a Senior Associate with Booz Allen. Prior to Booz Allen, Mr. Leidner was the Assistant Commissioner and Director of the Citywide GIS Utility for the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications.
Leidner received the 2001 Sloan Public Service Award (given by the Fund for the City of New York), and his GIS program was a finalist in the 2002 innovation awards competition that Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government holds annually.
Leidner is a 35-year veteran of New York City government whose career encompassed stints at the Department of City Planning, the Mayor's Office of Operations, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT). He began GIS development while at DEP in the mid-1990s, and finished his career at DoITT as citywide GIS director.
Recent Content by Alan Leidner
- The Location Aware Enterprise: Foundation For Efficient Operations and Emergency Response (January 24th, 2005)