Senior Vice President
Ms. Weitz has over 30 years of experience in project oversight and IT system integration. She
directs a group which specializes in training and consulting in web technology, document
management, feasibility studies, business process re-engineering, project management, large scale
application development and relational databases. Ms. Weitz has helped organizations implement
new technologies, evaluate products, redesign business processes, design and implement large-
scale systems. She has provided project oversight for numerous large projects over the last twenty
five years. Her role at Mathtech is to provide project oversight for all Mathtech projects from small
projects to multi-million dollar large-scale projects. She has experience performing business
process re-design, developing requirements and an RFP for Unemployment Insurance
Modernization in New Jersey.
She has written several planning documents and RFP’s for State government clients. She recently
wrote the RFP’s for a Motor Vehicle Enhanced Digitized Drivers License solution. She also
developed an RFP for a new motor vehicle operations system for the State of NJ (MATRX), assisted
with a CDLIS RFP for AAMVA and performed project oversight for a new vehicle inspections system
for the State of NJ. She also worked with the Division of Family Development developing a
Feasibility Study, Cost Benefit Analysis, Planning Document (IAPD) and RFP for a Document
Management and Imaging System.
Ms. Weitz’s recent experience includes:
Ms Weitz developed requirements and an RFP for the NJ MVC for a new motor vehicle operations
system (MATRX) and the Enhanced Digitized Drivers License (EDDL). Ms Weitz is part of a team
providing project oversight for the MATRX project overseeing two sub-projects: driver testing and
the digitized driver’s license.
March 2006 – On-going
Ms. Weitz assisted with the planning phase of the Modernized Integrated Tax System (MITS) for the
State of Maryland. Mathtech established a work plan for the project including schedule, processes
and templates in accordance with the State's System Development Life Cycle methodology. The
team researched and analyzed alternative approaches to system implementation, performed
requirements analysis, and wrote the RFP. Mathtech also provided professional project
management services for the first two years of the MITS implementation phase.
July 2007 – Jan 2008
Ms Weitz worked with the NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development to
develop several documents including an Implementation Planning Document (IAPD) and an RFP for
a document management system to be used by the county welfare offices and the State. The
system will provide electronic document management capabilities using IBM Content Manager in
support of several federal programs using TANF, Medicaid, Food Stamps and General Assistance.
Nov. 2006 – On-going
Ms. Weitz was team lead on a project with the State of Maryland, Department Environment to
develop IV&V processes to be used to evaluate projects. The processes that were developed
included topics such as: project management, testing, risk management, issue management,
vendor management, communications management, scope management, project closeout, quality
assurance and quality control.
July 2005 – October 2005
Ms. Weitz was team lead on the NJ Department of Labor Unemployment Modernization project. We
developed the RFP, updated Use Cases and developed a methodology for bid evaluation. This
project entailed integrating different technologies including: document management, Java
programs, telephony and rules engine.
July 2004 – October 2004
Ms. Weitz served as Project Manager at the TransitCenter. An IT Plan was developed to assist the
organization in planning for several areas: IT policies and procedures, technology improvements,
technology integration, contract negotiations, vendor selection strategies and new system
July 2004 – October 2004
Ms. Weitz served as the Project lead to assist NJ Division of Youth and Family Services in analyzing
business processes and system requirements; and assisting the state in developing planning
documents and an RFP for a Statewide Child Welfare Information System (SACWIS). The system
includes case tracking of DYFS cases for caseworkers, managers and clerical staff statewide. It
also handles federal claiming for several federal programs. The comprehensive system will cover
all aspects of child welfare requirements. A system from another state will be brought to New
Jersey and customized based upon specific New Jersey requirements. The system integrates
Ms. Weitz served as a manager to redesign business processes; and implement a new financial
system using Oracle applications (AP, GL) and custom Oracle program development including web-
enabled systems for a major magazine distributor. The system provides security features for
external users accessing the system over the internet. It integrates COTS products with custom
developed systems. A second project involved migration to a Publisher Payable System from the
mainframe to Oracle in a Unix environment.
Ms. Weitz server as the Project Manager of a team of six people developing a client/server and
system migration plan for the NJ Department of Transportation. The project included the following
deliverables: 1) system migration methodology and plan 2) standard specifications for hardware,
software, networks, system development methodologies 3) data flows for existing systems 4)
training and organizational recommendations for the new environment.
Rutgers University - 24 Credits for M.S. in Computer Sciences
1969 B.S., Mathematics, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
2000 and NT, XML