The CJIS GROUP Publications resource contains reports pertaining to technology in the Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services communities. Documents are generally gathered through the public domain and include industry trends, agency surveys, technical standards and models, case studies, white papers, and guides.
|State CIO's Top Ten Policy and Technology Priorities for 2009||
Each year NASCIO conducts a survey of the state CIOs to identify and prioritize the top policy and technology issues facing state government. The top ten priorities are identified and used as input to NASCIO’s programs, planning for conference sessions, and publications.
|State Government Technology Issues||Uncategorized||September 2008|
|LEITSC Compiled Justice Related Acronyms||
A list of acronyms related to LEITSC standard functional specifications documents as well as other information sharing initiatives, associations, federal agencies and more. LEITSC has gathered these acronyms from the LEITSC standard functional specifications, grants, publicly available articles and Web sites.
|Justice Related Acronymns||Uncategorized||October 2008|
|Voice, Video and Broadband: The Changing Competitive Landscape and Its Impact on Consumers||
Industry executives, economists, analysts, and local government officials offer a variety of perspectives on competition among providers of video programming delivery, local telephony, and broadband services.
|Telecommunications Industry Developments||Communications||October 2008|
|Health Information Technology 2007 and 2008 Legislation||
This report identifies and analyzes five major policy trends across the enacted legislation:
|Health Information Technology Legislation||Data Management||October 2008|
|Share and Share Alike||
Following the exploration of basic principles behind data sharing covered in the last edition of Police Product Review, Becky Ward delves deeper into architecture and initiatives currently being used in the US to ensure standardization of data exchange.
|Data Sharing||Data Management||December 2008|
|Desperately Seeking Security Frameworks - A Roadmap for State CIOs||
This report provides an overview of the primary security standards, regulations, and laws that impact state IT security programs, highlights how states have used the frameworks to shape their security architectures, policies, standards, and controls, and identifies the key issues for CIOs as they establish and maintain IT security programs.
|IT Security||Data Management||February 2009|
|High-Priority Criminal Justice Technology Needs 2009||
This report summarizes the high-priority needs for the criminal justice field in the area of technology. These needs are organized into five functional areas:
|Criminal Justice Technology||Uncategorized||February 2009|
|Using Technology to Make Prisons and Jails Safer||
To help correctional managers detect contraband and run safer institutions, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is sponsoring several research projects and pilot programs, based on recommendations from expert practitioners, to test an array of technologies.
|Prison Safety Technology||Data Management, Security||February 2009|
|2008 State Homeland Security Directors Survey||
The 2008 State Homeland Security Directors Survey provides an overview of the fifth annual survey of the 56 state and territorial homeland security directors. In addition to providing details of the state governance structures and homeland security priorities, this report presents an update of the state-federal homeland security partnership and examines states' recent experience with federal grant programs.
|Survey of State Homeland Security Directors||Uncategorized||March 2009|
|Remarks by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to the National Fusion Center Conference in Kansas City, Mo. on March 11, 2009||
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano discusses her view of the future of Fusion Centers and where the Department of Homeland Security is headed in light of that future.
|Fusion Centers||Data Management||March 2009|