Remember to Register for IJIS Institute’s National Symposium

The Integrated Justice Information Systems (IJIS) Institute will host its three-day National Symposium, formerly known as the IJIS Institute Industry Briefing, from January 15-17 in Arlington, Va. The name change reflects the expansion of audience to include not only industry outside of IJIS membership, but government practitioners, educators, and non-profit organizations. The theme for the National Symposium is “Information Sharing and Standards for Justice, Public Safety and Homeland Security.” This year’s IJIS Institute’s National Symposium will feature an opening presentation on BJA’s 2014 priorities and a closing plenary panel composed of Federal CIOs focused on law enforcement and public safety. Over 50 government information technology leaders and industry experts will share their knowledge about information sharing practices, technology and standards. The three day event will feature keynote presentations and tracks on Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities, Cross-domain, Regional and Statewide Information Sharing, Federation - Implementation and Trusted Information Sharing Environments, and Secure Interoperability Surveillance Technologies – Policy and Use. To register for the event, please click here. IJIS Institute’s National Symposium on Information Sharing and Safeguarding