Posts Tagged: Institute

IJIS Institute Welcomes Maria Cardiellos as Program Manager for the New Jersey Information Sharing Environment Project

IJIS Institute Welcomes Maria Cardiellos as Program Manager for the New Jersey Information Sharing Environment Project Staff changes prepare the IJIS Institute for advanced technical projects Ashburn, Va., July, 10, 2013. The IJIS Institute—a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security—is pleased to announce Maria Cardiellos asRead… Read more »

IJIS Institute Releases Justice Information Sharing Pre-Request For Proposals Toolkit

IJIS Institute Releases Justice Information Sharing Pre-Request For Proposals Toolkit Third edition procurement resource provides state and local governments a resource to streamline acquisition of information technology systems Ashburn, Va., July 10, 2013. The IJIS Institute—a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security—is pleased to announce theRead… Read more »

IJIS Institute First Chairman Begins New Venture: Paul Wormeli Launches Wormeli Consulting, LLC

Ashburn, Va., April 30, 2013. The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, announces that Paul Wormeli is leaving his employment with the IJIS Institute to become a private sector consultant. Effective May 1, Mr. Wormeli will be launching his new company, Wormeli ConsultingRead… Read more »

IJIS Institute Delivers Proceeds of Badge & Tech Benefit to IACP Foundation

$6000 Check to Help Family of a Law Enforcement Officer Impacted by Sandy Ashburn, Va., April 2, 2013. The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, delivered the $6,000 proceeds of the 3rd Annual Badge & Tech Benefit to the International Association of ChiefsRead… Read more »

IJIS Institute Publishes White Papers on Corrections Information Sharing and NIEM Internationalization Support

Papers explore corrections information sharing and NIEM globalization Ashburn, VA (March 28, 2013). The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission‐critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, is pleased to announce the publication of two new white papers authored by IJIS Institute Advisory Committees: 1) Value of Corrections Information: BenefitsRead… Read more »

4th Annual FAI National Small Business Event: Washington Days Conference 2013

Dear Colleagues, Federal Allies Institute’s next national conference for small business federal contractors and federal agencies seeking to achieve set-aside goals are encouraged to participate in this very successful annual event, which includes a free year round ombudsman service for small businesses that are located outside the Washington, D.C. area that need “boots on theRead… Read more »

Value for the Money: What governments need to tell the tax-paying public

Most of us paid our taxes this week, and didn’t grumble too much. But taxpayers may not have had a great sense of satisfaction about it either. By Eric Rabe, Fels Senior Advisor A Pew study last year found that most Americans are “frustrated” with the federal government — a number that has been aboveRead… Read more »

Social Media Privacy is a Hot Topic

By Eric Rabe, Fels Senior Advisor In an announcement on Friday, Facebook said it is taking steps to prevent employers from getting access to the FB accounts of employees. It’s the right call. The surprising thing is that it was even a question. What is the implication for governments and agencies? Of course, Facebook isRead… Read more »

Proceedings on education and training for leaders, managers, and all those invested in the success of their people

Original post from http://www.andrewdwelch.com at http://www.andrewdwelch.com/2010/03/proceedings-on-education-and-training.html Leaders, managers, and all those invested in the success of their people would do well to indulge themselves in last month’s (February 2010) “Education and Training” issue of Proceedings from the U.S. Naval Institute (on [email protected]). I make this recommendation broadly, as I find many of the lessons learnedRead… Read more »