Mr. Blumstein joined ZAI in 2006 and leads ZAI’s Information and Records Management Practice, which provides our clients with a range of professional and clerical services requiring a high degree of productivity and exceptional quality, performed in a tightly controlled and highly regulated environment.
With more than 25 years of expertise in information and records management, quality methodologies and technology, and a strong science and medical background, Mr. Blumstein has implemented innovative approaches, advanced IT systems, continuous improvement, and cost-saving measures across many projects, contracts, and operations.
Prior to his work at ZAI, Mr. Blumstein served as a Director Deputy and Project Manager on a large Federal contract and as a Project Manager and Systems Analyst for a large research corporation, where he conducted statistical design, data collection and management, and research analysis work in support of several national and international projects. He co-authored the 1998 High School Transcript Study, a longitudinal study to examine course-taking patterns of students and to predict future education outcomes for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
Mr. Blumstein holds a B.Sc. In Business and Information Management, is also a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB), and holds Electronic Records Management (ERMP) and ITIL v3 certifications. He is also an active member of ARMA International and AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Manager.
Outside work, he enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with his friends, wife, and three children.