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INPUT Pulse: Justice, Public Safety and Homeland Security April Review

INPUT Analyst Evan Halperin provides a recap of the April’s justice and public safety news.

Taking a look back at the justice, public safety and homeland security markets for April, there are a few trends that seemed to carry over from March, along with the emerging trend of agencies holding back large projects until the next fiscal year. The carry-over trend is prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs). With only a handful of states still without a PDMP in place, it is a significant development to see the few stragglers getting closer to statewide programs

The state of Delaware issued a request for proposals (RFP) for its own PDMP, and with responses due in late May, the state expects to have a contract in place by June 2011. As mentioned in last month’s recap, Maryland is on the cusp of passing legislation that would be sent to the governor for his signature.

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