Taking place from January 23-25, the IJIS Institute Winter 2013 Industry Briefing will provide a forum for industry and government information technology (IT) leaders and experts to collaborate and discuss information-sharing practices, technology, and standards. This is a must-attend event for executives, key decision-makers, and software developers from federal, state, and local IT communities interested in information sharing. Bureau of Justice Assistance Director Denise O’Donnell will speak during the opening session on Thursday, January 24.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) has released the BJA Strategic Plan for fiscal years 2013-2016. The plan reflects the need to be innovative, evidence-based, and results-driven during these challenging economic times. The BJA Strategic Plan is based on one overarching guiding principle: to reduce crime and recidivism, in the effort to promote a safe and fair criminal justice system. As BJA embarked upon the development of this strategic plan, five major focus areas emerged that aligned to the work of those entities, like NTTAC, that promote the mission and future vision of BJA.
To respond to the rising demand for justice professionals with a comprehensive and strategic knowledge of policy, best practices, and strategy related to both information technology (IT) and data management, George Washington University and the Integrated Justice Information Systems (IJIS) Institute have partnered to offer a graduate certificate in Justice and Public Safety Information Management.
BJA NTTAC is pleased to announce the official launch of its new, enhanced website. As we refocused and expanded our training and technical assistance (TTA) services, we resolved to incorporate the latest technology tools to enhance our ability to meet the needs of both requestors and providers of TTA. We hope that the updated information and new tools provided will aid your effort to enhance the nation’s state, local, and tribal criminal justice systems.