Robert P. Shumate National Public Safety and Justice Contributor to Excellence Award
The Robert P. Shumate National Public Safety and Justice Contributor to Excellence Award, named for the first president of the IJIS Institute, is presented annually by the IJIS Institute to the person from either industry or the public sector that has made the most valuable contribution to justice and public safety information sharing. Candidates for the award can only be nominated by IJIS Institute members, and they represent the highest level of conviction to the IJIS Institute mission. The award is presented during the annual Badge & Tech Benefit & Awards Dinner held in conjunction with the IJIS Institute National Symposium.
2006—Mike Hulme, Justice and Public Safety Architect, Unisys
The IJIS Institute Innovation Award
The Innovation Award recognizes technical innovation that has contributed significantly to the advancement of integration and interoperability in a justice, public safety, or homeland security project or program. The award, which is open to any company providing justice, public safety, or homeland security solutions, is for team achievement between an industry partner(s) and practitioner(s)/agency. Read the terms of eligibility for the Innovation Award. In addition to the main Innovation Award, the Institute may also recognize one or more worthy nominees via honorable mention. The award is presented during the annual Badge & Tech Benefit & Awards Dinner held in conjunction with the IJIS Institute National Symposium.
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The Member Appreciation Award
Given between 2009 and 2012, this award recognized outstanding contributions to the IJIS Institute by one of its member organizations. The awardees made significant contributions to information sharing through their active participation in the work and mission of the IJIS Institute.
The following awards were received by the IJIS Institute either for its own efforts or for collaborative efforts with members, alliance partners, or government agencies.
2009 Washingtonian Magazine “Great Place to Work”
Nominated by its employees, the IJIS Institute is a winner of Washingtonian magazine’s bi-annual “Great Places to Work” award. The Institute won in the category of “Treated Royally” for employee pay and benefits, and received high marks from employees for job flexibility and career advancement.
Appreciation: Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Criminal Justice Information System Network
Presented to the IJIS Institute in recognition of valuable contributions related to a technology assistance evaluation (November 2008).
2008 eC3 Excellence Award to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
The Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) Information Exchange (PMIX) project was selected as an award winner in the
2008 eC3 Excellence Awards
. The PMP Information Exchange project, which helps states exchange dispensed controlled-substance prescription data, is a partnership effort of the IJIS Institute and the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. See more in the press release.
Recognition: The Council of Excellence in Government
The Council of Excellence in Government (absorbed into the Partnership for Public Service in 2009) recognized the successful public/private partnership of the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the IJIS Institute (April 2007). The BJA/IJIS Institute partnership demonstrated a proven model of a new way to engage the private sector in directly assisting governmental agencies through innovative problem solving and collaboration.
Business Week Web Smart 50 Award
Shortly after its implementation in 2005, the knowledge management system established by the IJIS Institute to share knowledge related to improving information sharing in the public safety and justice world won the Business Week Web Smart 50 award in the category of collaboration uses of the web. This system has been a significant service to both industry and practitioners in building a framework for collaboration.
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