Advisory Committees: Courts Advisory Committee

Purpose

The IJIS Institute's Courts Advisory Committee contributes to the advancement of information sharing standards between courts and justice, law enforcement, corrections, health, and other stakeholders. Through this committee, IJIS Institute Member companies work to improve the level of understanding regarding the importance of standards and create awareness to industry and government on the technology challenges impacting all areas of courts and how vital court information can be shared with other entities. By offering expertise and advice on innovative technology solutions, and by encouraging national standards for information sharing in court technology, the IJIS Institute maintains its mission as the bridge between industry and government.

Leadership

 

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Stephanie Ives joined the group Advisory Committees: Courts Advisory Committee.
Posted Thursday, May 30, 2019
Kendall C. Smith joined the group Advisory Committees: Courts Advisory Committee.
Posted Thursday, September 28, 2017
Anne Thompson joined the group Advisory Committees: Courts Advisory Committee.
Posted Wednesday, September 27, 2017
brian d. goergen joined the group Advisory Committees: Courts Advisory Committee.
Posted Friday, September 8, 2017
James Cabral joined the group Advisory Committees: Courts Advisory Committee.
Posted Friday, September 1, 2017
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Sue Humphreys, David Jackson, James E. Cabral Jr., Akbar Farook, MJ Cartwright

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The Role of IT in the Courts
Posted by: Joseph Wheeler, Thursday, April 14, 2016
Forum: General Discussion
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Chair
Joseph Wheeler