Carlos V. Muñiz is the IT-Technical Project Lead for the New Orleans Office of Homeland Security. He has been in this position since 2005, during which time he was has been responsible for the deployment of all the telecommunication equipment during an activation using NOMADS, BGAN, Cell Phones and Satellite phones. He is accountable for the setup of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), IP phones, laptops, desktops, cameras, assign user rights and is the WEBEOC administrator for the EOC, as well as supporting three other agencies.
Prior to his time at NOHSEP, Mr. Muñiz worked as a CDMA Switch Technician at Sprint PCS, where he did troubleshooting on 1900 MHz cells, vocoder circuit cards, and switch equipment, analyzed trouble clusters of cells and verified all neighbors and translations for the site are correct, and was responsible for the implementation of phase II for E-911 system as well as the for the monitoring using different methods from using technical manuals, designed flow-charts, guides, theory, and documentation.
Mr. Muñiz is a graduate of the Miami Military Academy, Miami Dade Jr. College, and the University of Miami. A native of Managua, Nicaragua, Carlos lives in Lakeview and is a Past Grand Knight (PGK) of the Knight of Columbus council 3729.