Key Initiatives

Since our inception in 2001, we have assisted agencies globally within the IJIS domains of focus to identify and resolve their technical and operational issues to help enhance their business operations and more effectively serve their constituents to make our communities safer and healthier. Below is an example of those projects, which highlight our core services, invaluable methodology, and critical partnerships. 

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  • Health & Human Services
  • Homeland Security
  • Justice Information Sharing
  • Project Interoperability
  • Public Safety

Reentry Information Sharing Pilot Sites

The IJIS Institute leads this combined grant effort working in partnership with the National Governors Association, the Association of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA), the American Probation …

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RxCheck Hub

The IJIS Institute supports the RxCheck hub that facilitates the connections between PDMPs across state borders. The RxCheck hub is the baseline implementation …

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Supporting Health and Human Services Interoperability

The Health and Human Services’ Administration of Children and Families recognized that human services would benefit from having better coordinated and integrated services, …

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Child Care Background Checks

IJIS Institute is supporting the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Child Care with strategies to …

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Fusion Center Technology Assistance Program

The IJIS Institute partnered with the U.S. Departments of Justice and Homeland Security in delivering the Bureau of Justice Assistance-sponsored Fusion Center Technology Assistance …

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Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative (NSI)

State, local, tribal, and federal partners, along with several national law enforcement organizations, collaborated to develop the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI), …

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Incident Management Information Sharing

The IJIS Institute supported the Next Generation First Responder (NGFR) project of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate. Because first responders …

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Unified Computer Aided Dispatch (UCAD) Project

A number of technical systems are used to support law enforcement, fire, and EMS telecommunicators and responders. Yet governmental agencies that fund and …

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Text-to-911 Translation Standards

United States Census data reveals that more than 60 million people nationwide speak a language other than English. For the 28 million citizens …

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Solving the long-standing challenges in the Public Sector.

We provide a trusted, member-driven forum that bridges the gap of knowledge between public sector mission practitioners and private sector experts joining shared goals with trusted resources.

Read our case study about how we helped implement Text-to-911 Translation Standards

What people are saying
“For 20 years, IJIS has never lost site of its purpose...leveraging technology and information sharing to protect our communities.”

- Stephen L. Morris / Former Assistant Director, CJIS Division, FBI; Account Executive, IBM
What people are saying
“I am continually impressed with IJIS's dedication to efforts that promote the fair and objective administration of justice. IJIS knows that technology solutions don't just collect and distribute data - they provide the information we need to truly understand the impact of crime and violence on real people. I am honored to be associated with an organization committed to improving public safety and reducing barriers to equity and equality across the justice system.”

- Erica Smith / Unit Chief, Law Enforcement Incident-Based Statistics Unit
What people are saying
“Public safety agencies are faced with limited resources to apply in reaction to a constantly changing ecosystem of policy and technology changes. IJIS has afforded me the opportunity to represent my agency and my state in partnering with policy makers, fellow practitioners, and technology companies. This has, in turn, allowed us to influence that ecosystem in some small ways, making us more proactive that reactive with those same limited resources.”

- Joe Mandala / Chief Information Officer, Kansas Bureau of Investigation
What people are saying
“Advancing public sector technology and data sharing requires not only deep technical expertise, but also strong commitment to, and thoughtful understanding of, partnerships. During my tenures as Executive Director of APCO and iCERT, and now as the leader of a consultancy, I have witnessed firsthand the positive impacts the IJIS Institute has had by consistently demonstrating the rare combination of prowess in both partnering and leading.”

- George Rice / Managing Partner, Skyhawk Global Associates
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