Immigration Integrity Group - a collaborative business enterprise.
Louis "Don" Crocetti, Jr.
Managing Partner, Bowler Pons Solutions Consultants & IIG
Founded Bowler Pons Solutions Consultants, LLC and the Immigration Integrity Group (IIG) after more than 36 years of public service administering and enforcing immigration laws at the national, regional, and state levels. Retired from public service on September 30, 2011, after having held numerous senior level positions in both DHS (USCIS) and DOJ (INS). Don retired as the architect and Chief of USCIS' Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate (FDNS), which was created to bridge the gap left by the abolishment of INS and the creation of DHS, for which immigration enforcement and services were separated. In his years with legacy INS, Don performed as an immigration inspector, adjudicator, supervisory adjudicator, assistant director, deputy director, district director, regional director, assistant commissioner, and associate commissioner. .
Mark D. Holmes, CSEP, PMP
Partner, Bowler Pons Solutions Consultants
Joined Bowler Pons Solutions Consultants, LLC after successful campaigns at global management consulting firm, Booz Allen Hamilton, and science and technology (S&T) small business, Signal Systems Corporation. Mark brings diverse experience in engineering, management, innovation and strategy development to Bowler Pons and leads the Technology & Management Consulting Division. Specific areas of expertise range from Systems Engineering & Integration (SE&I), Research & Development (R&D), Integrated Infrastructure Security Engineering, Physical Security Technology, Program Management, Innovation, Leadership, and Strategic Marketing and Business Development.
Rich Caterisano - Independent Consultant
Retired from public service on January 3, 2013, having held senior level positions in both DHS (USCIS) and DOJ (INS) for almost 39 years. Rich retired as the Special Assistant to the USCIS Chief Information Officer in the Office of Information Technology. Prior to that, he served as the first USCIS District Director in Baltimore, where he also served as legacy INS’s Deputy District Director and Assistant Director of Adjudications and Inspections.
Bill Yates - Independent Consultant
Founded W R Yates and Associates after 32 years of public service leading immigration enforcement and service programs and operations. Retired from public service on October 1, 2005, after having held senior level positions in both the DHS (USCIS) and DOJ (INS). Bill retired as the Chief of Domestic Operations at the USCIS. Prior to that, he served as legacy INS's Director of the Immigration Services Division and as Director of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF).
Rick Coffin - Independent Consultant
A seasoned professional with extensive leadership and management experience in military and government organizations, Rick retired in 2012 after more than 41 years of public service. Having served in senior level positions in DHS (ICE, TSA, USCIS), DOJ (HQ, INS), and DoD (DA, JCS), he brings to the organization broad expertise in a number of disciplines. These include strategic, operational, and interagency planning; the development and implementation of national-level programs; the refinement and re-engineering of critical business processes; as well as the development, deployment, and integration of automated mission systems.
Martin "Marty" Renkiewicz - Independent Consultant
Retired from public service in 2009, with more than 30 years of immigration and international law enforcement experience. Having held senior level positions in both DHS (ICE) and DOJ (INS), Marty retired as the first DHS (ICE) supervisory special agent to serve as the Director of INTERPOL, Washington. During his tenure in this position, Marty led the coordination, sharing, and collaboration of information critical to the support of efforts to protect national security and public safety. This included the creation of a unit dedicated to combating human trafficking and the use of fraudulent travel and identity documents. Earlier in his career, Marty served as legacy INS Baltimore’s first Employer Education and Labor Relations Officer and Supervisory Special Agent responsible for administering the employer education, compliance, and sanction provisions mandated by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986. Since retirement, Marty has performed as a subject matter expert and consultant in the international law enforcement and immigration arenas.