Currently, Mr. Long serves as the primary web developer for the National Forensic Laboratory Information System. This project, funded by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), provides visualizations of drug data reported at a national, state, and county level. Mr. Long is also a developer for Calls for Service Analytics (CFS), which helps police agencies gather and analyze data on 911 calls. His contributions focus on making CFS more user-friendly for developers.
In addition to his public safety projects, Mr. Long currently works with mapMECFS, a portal for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. It is a research-friendly platform for sharing genetic data. He has also helped add new functionality to Harness, an in-house, open-source data visualization framework built with Vue.js.
Mr. Long joined RTI in 2020 from CGI Inc., where he worked on data transformations using Python. As a student at UNC Charlotte, he developed a web application to track capacities for student parking lots.