Enhancing Resiliency and Reducing Risk

Technology Operations

Telecommunication services reside on a vast infrastructure of cabling, cellular sites, communications facilities, and an array of radio spectrums. RMC provides the solutions to mitigate the risk of disruption to services.

Managing Risk with GIS Tools

We leverage the power of Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) to visualize critical assets,
real property, and personnel locations.


Telecommunications Resiliency

  • Telecommunications planning, design, and construction consulting
  • Assess critical infrastructure and systems for capacity, resiliency, and compliance
  • Telecommunications technology solutions for utility distribution, control systems, substations, fiber optics, automated meter reading, satellite, and microwave
  • Wireless communications with intelligent transportation communications and systems

Operational Technology Analysis and Support

  • Strategies for smart grids
  • Wireless and wireline communication solutions, including vehicle safety systems and security applications
  • Automation, Lifecycle, Change Control, Configuration Management, and Modernization

GIS Analysis, Services, and Tools

  • Data Mining and Analysis
  • Data Visualization for utilities – electric, water, wastewater, telecommunications, fuels
  • Geospatial Intelligence and Mashups
  • Automate data collection


Improving Reliability and Security:

The use of technologies and devices that detect, control, and monitor operational environments is increasing. Field devices are beneficial to minimize labor costs, increase safety, and improve productivity, but they expose organizations to network security, configuration management issues, and uncertain life-cycle costs.

RMC assesses these technologies and develops the solutions to protect critical assets and ensure reliable operations between utility and infrastructure technologies.

Division Leadership

Jonathan Page

Technology Director



Mr. Page leads RMC’s Technology Operations.  He was instrumental in both defining the requirements and leading the RMC team during the USMC’s Operational Technology Assessment Pilot Program.  He continues to manage RMC's Operational Technology Assessment Program currently conducted at USMC installations worldwide. While serving as a government employee in Okinawa, Japan, Mr. Page was accountable for the management of multiple, interrelated information technology programs that supported first responders and emergency managers throughout Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC). MCIPAC consists of bases in Hawaii, Korea, mainland Japan, and Okinawa. Page provided key advisory services for the integration of technology, infrastructure, policy, and systems that resulted in a highly flexible and interactive environment.

In April 2013, Mr. Page received the Marine Corp award for 2012 Information Technology Management Civilian of the Year.  This award recognizes civilian personnel who demonstrated extraordinary leadership and innovation in technology.  Page's experience prior to RMC included managing the Emergency Management Command and Coordination (EMC2) family of systems at 13 bases.  During this time he facilitated the integration of innovative and emerging technology requirements into the Distribution Management Center (DMC). The DMC was the first distribution process owner (DPO) for the Marine Corps that plans, directs, coordinates, manages, and controls distribution and storage operations to allow delivery of materials to the Marine Corps in support of worldwide national security objectives and contingencies.

Page has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Valdosta State University and is ITIL Foundation certified in IT Service Management.