Committees and Taskforces
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The IJIS Institute uses committees and task forces to help carry out its work.

Advisory committees are chartered by the IJIS Institute Board of Directors to provide input and recommendations to the Institute and to other organizations on specific topical areas not related to a single project or task.  Although both Members and Associates may serve on advisory committees, only Member companies are eligible to chair these committees. The chair of each committee is appointed by the chairman of the Board of Directors, and each chair appoints the committee members.

 

The CJIS Advisory Committee brings together industry leaders and government practitioners who develop, support and manage criminal justice information sharing initiatives at the federal, state, and national levels.

 Registered Members

The IJIS Institute Corrections Advisory Committee focuses on advancing information sharing standards among the jail, institutional and community corrections communities.

 Registered Members

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.

 Registered Members

IJIS Institute’s Technology and Architecture Committee (ITAC) will provide information to industry and practitioners regarding technologies, architectures, and standards that enable the successful adoption of the technology and sharing or enterprise use of information. The committee focus is on topics that are innovative, emerging, underpublicized, and not universally understood within the public-sector community.

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The LEAC will focus on the advancement of information sharing, emerging technology, and relevant models within the law enforcement community. The current lack of understanding of national information sharing, technology, and policy is a major obstacle for executives and IT professionals in this sector. LEAC will help to improve the level of understanding of technology and standards, and they can create awareness of the challenges impacting all areas of law enforcement.

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