As the Vice President of Technology, Jeremy Vanderlan guides software developing, hosting, and IT infrastructure to align IT processes with overall business goals. Through the creation and implementation of IT policies and standards to maintain compliance with government regulations and strengthen data security, the curation of a technology roadmap, and participation in company-wide business development and planning, he is responsible for establishing and maintaining Fors Marsh Group’s IT resources.
Jeremy has fifteen years of experience working in technology, spanning disciplines from front-end and mobile development, content management systems, digital strategy, product management, data visualization, and systems administration. With a focus on public health and health disparities, he has worked on projects at the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Energy, the Centers for Disease Control, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, using technology to bridge gaps between government services and underserved populations.
He has remained at the edge of technical innovations, leading projects in mobile development, natural language processing, and machine learning. He has collaborated on these topics with leaders in the federal space like 18f, GSA, and the Presidential Innovation Fellows at the White House.
He has also spoken at events like SXSW Interactive, Mobile Health at Stanford, and was featured on the Responsive Web Design Podcast talking about the AIDS.gov project, which was an early example of responsive web design in the federal space.