Jay managed more than 200 projects for a wide spectrum of federal agencies, state governments, and non-profit groups. His most recent Federal project was to design and implement of the cost accounting system for the 2010 decennial census, and his management of the project was assessed at CMMI Level 3. He was a certified Project Manager Professional (PMP).
Previous to that, he developed US EPA's first fully-functional geographic information system spanning all environmental media, used widely by EPA regional offices and state environmental agencies. His programming skills reached far beyond expectations: For EPA's "Children and the Environment Report," Jay conducted a statistical analysis of infant mortality 2001-2003 and its correlation to air pollution, matching 8,000 infant deaths to 3 million survivors, subject to complex criteria. To solve this problem, designed and implemented a massive parallel processing computing environment. "P vs. NP" problems are generally considered unsolvable under conventional processing methods, and "P vs. NP" was considered by Clay Mathematics Institute as one of it seven "Millennium Prize Problems," impossible to prove using current knowledge.
For US Department of Energy in 1980, Jay developed a full-text retrieval system based on keywords in context, universally available to DOE staff and contractors, predating Google and other search engines by more than a decade.
His client list includes
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