The Corrections Technology Association (CTA) Summit 2015 is being held May 31 – June 3, 2015, at the beautiful Oceanfront Hilton in Daytona Beach, Florida, United States. This three-day, multi-track conference will bring together an elite group of CIOs, IT managers, and industry vendor partners for an intensive learning experience. The tracks this year are titled Innovate, Connect & Collaborate and have outstanding subjects and speakers. The entire Summit and track schedule can be found at http://correctionstech.org/2015-schedule/.
The IJIS Institute will be presenting Addressing the Data Standardization Challenges Resulting from the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) in the Collaboration track at the CTA 2015 Annual Technology Summit on Monday, June 1, 2015 from 1:00 – 1:50.
Through lectures, workshops, vendor partner demonstrations, TED style presentations, and group discussions, we will examine some of the newest technical solutions available in our industry. You can count on an intensive, in-depth immersion in the latest and the greatest in the Corrections Technology domain.
In addition, CTA is proud to announce that Adam Gelb of the Pew Charitable Trust will be the Summit Keynote speaker to kick off the festivities in beautiful Daytona Beach, Florida.
To encourage attendees to register early, CTA is offering an Early Bird offering of $350 if you register before April 15th. After April 15th, registration increases to $375. Conference registration includes:
- Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall
- Attendance to all sessions including workshops and CTA/TED talk presentations
- 3 breakfast’s, 2 lunches
- Refreshments for breaks in Exhibit Hall
- Luau reception
The CTA Board looks forward to your participation! For more information regarding the CTA 2015 Summit, registration and information can be foundhttp://www.correctionstech.org. For questions, please e-mail CTA@correctionstech.org. You can follow CTA on twitter @CORRTECH2015 and #CTA2015.
Source: Rick Davis, President, Corrections Technology Association, Chief Information Officer, Virginia Department of Corrections