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 Health Insurance Exchanges and Children's Coverage: Issues for State Design Decisions||
As states consider implementation options under the Affordable Care Act, they face a series of critical decisions that will affect the design of insurance exchanges. Many of those decisions have the potential to affect health insurance options for children and how they obtain and retain coverage.
|Health Insurance Exchange Impact on Children||Data Management||August 2011|
|State Fiscal Update||
This report is based on information collected from legislative fiscal directors in early April. It covers the revenue and expenditure situation through March 2002. While most of this report addresses the FY 2002 budget situation, it also takes a look at projections for FY 2003 general fund revenue growth and actions or proposals to balance FY 2003 budgets.
|Legislative reports||Services||April 2002|
|State Efforts in Sentencing and Corrections Reform||
States continue to struggle during what is the most difficult fiscal environment since the Great Depression. Projections are that the economic recovery will be slow, forcing states to think long-term about how to do more with less. Full economic recovery may not happen until the end of the decade. With corrections among states’ largest expenditures, many are rethinking their approaches to sentencing and corrections practices as they seek to constrain spending.
|State Sentencing and Corrections Reform||Data Management||October 2011|
|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|
|State CIO Top Ten Priorities for 2017||
NASCIO conducts a survey of the state CIOs to identify and prioritize the top policy and technology issues facing state government. The CIOs top ten priorities are identified and used as input to NASCIO's programs, planning for conference sessions, and publications.
|Policy and Technology Issues for State Government||Uncategorized||November 2016|
|State CIO Priorities for 2016||
Top 10 Final Rankings for Priority Strategies, Management Processes and Solutions and Priority Technologies, Applications and Tools.
|Technology Priorities||Data Management, Communications, Mobile/Portable Computing, Technology Equipment||November 2015|
|State CIO Priorities for 2012||
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.
|Policy and Technology Issues for State Government||Uncategorized||October 2011|
|State and Local Law Enforcement Expenditures||
A research project defining spending patterns and the use of E-Commerce by the law enforcement community.
|State and Local Actions for Homeland Security||
This report is a snapshot of the homeland security actions being taken at the state, county and city levels, including efforts to provide security, maintain public safety, protect public infrastructures and respond to the consequences of terrorist attacks through disaster relief and public health agencies.
|Homeland Security Initiatives||Security||June 2002|
|State and Federal Consent Laws Affecting Interstate Health Information Exchange||
Exchanging health information requires individuals to grant permission for their records to move from one provider to another. The process of and requirements for obtaining individual consent for sharing information places more or less control of information use and disclosure in the individual’s hands, and can vary by types of information, duration of consent, and other variables. Differences in federal and state consent laws are often challenging for states, Health Information Organizations and providers to reconcile, creating one of the major obstacles to smooth and regular electronic health information exchange (HIE).
|Laws Affecting Interstate Health Information Exchange||Data Management||April 2011|