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

The IJIS Institute convenes short-term task forces and working groups to investigate and address pressing issues impacting the justice, public safety and homeland security communities. These groups bring together industry, nonprofit, and government stakeholders to recommend solutions and/or define next steps that may be accomplished by follow-on project committees. 

The IJIS Institute’s Agile Procurement Task Force will focus its work on the application of Agile Procurement in acquisitions of public-sector technology within IJIS Institute’s areas of focus. Through the Agile Procurement Task Force, IJIS Institute Member companies and stakeholders can help to improve understanding of Agile Procurement practices and create awareness of methodologies, best practices, and public-sector success stories using Agile Procurement.

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The IJIS Institute’s Task Force on Biometrics will focus its work on addressing the issues around, and improving the awareness of, Biometrics technology, policy, privacy, ethics issues, interoperability, best practices, and success stories within the context of public safety, criminal justice, and government-sector business processes.

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The IJIS Institute’s Task Force on Blockchain, a part of the IJIS Technology and Architecture Committee (ITAC), will focus its work on the development of blockchain use cases within the context of public safety, criminal justice, and government sector business processes.

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Technology industry representatives will engage directly with the law enforcement community on image technologies and the many issues related to its use and application. (Co-chairs: Robert Turner from Commsys and Pam Scanlon from ARJIS)

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