Mr. Peter Jack started as a training consultant with NITDA and was later appointed a Director/Technical Assistant to the Director General NITDA, after privately practicing in the area of core information technology solutions and services. As a consummate technocrat, he is a product of International Information Technology Policy Program, of the Seoul National University, South Korea. He holds a Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering and an MBA, both from the University of Lagos in Nigeria. He represented the DG/CEO on several key national committees including the National Committee on Outsourcing, and the Public Service Reform Committee and led the team that wrote the National Outsourcing Policy. He set up the National Cisco Networking Academy Program in Nigeria. Mr. Jack designed and implemented the Niger Delta Youth Computer Training Program for Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in 2003. Peter Jack is also one of the recipients of the Global Fund Research Fellows between 2009 and 2010. The Global Environment and Conflict Resolution award was meant to fund the first phase (Research) of a grand intervention plan to ensure peace, social inclusion, and sustainable development in the Niger Delta. The research focused on exploring a consensus approach among stakeholders to identify the best path to peace-building in the Niger Delta.