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National Institute of Justice Congressionally Directed Awards

Award Information

Awardee
Award #
2001-LT-BX-K002
Funding Category
Continuation
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2001
Total funding (to date)
$12,206,402

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2001, $997,796)

This project will continue to provide the full range of systems engineering and integration services to the criminal justice community for the design, acquisition and implementation of information and telecommunications capabilities in a manner totally objective and free from any real or perceived conflict of interest. The focus of the project's activities will be: 1) Technologies for Investigation Support Enforcement, 2) Impact of Biometrically Encoded Driver's Licenses on Law Enforcement, 3) Law Enforcement Regional Communications and Data Center Architecture, 4) Criminal Justice Technology Requirements Gathering, Information Sharing, and Products Re-use, and 5) Strategic Information Technology Planning for Small and Medium Law Enforcement Agencies.

nac/ncf

This grant allows the continuation of the proposed Year 5 work program for the Center for Criminal Justice Technology (CCJT) Information Systems Integration Projects which was originally funded under the Cooperative Agreement Number 2001-LT-BX-K002. CCJT proposes to undertake the following efforts: 1) Effective Emergency Response (Un-tethered Officer) Project Expansion, 2) Sharing to Promote Reuse of CCJT Products, 3) Collection and Analysis of Gang Data, 4) Complimenting Crime Analysis with Knowledge Management, 5) Regional Intelligence Center Strategic Planning, 6) National Support for State and Local Information Sharing, and 7) Open Source Architecture for Law Enforcement.

This project will continue to provide the full range of systems engineering and integration services to the criminal justice community for the design, acquisition and implementation of information and telecommunications capabilities in a manner totally objective and free from any real or perceived conflict of interest. The focus of the project's activities will be: 1) Technologies for Investigation Support Enforcement, 2) Impact of Biometrically Encoded Driver's Licenses on Law Enforcement, 3) Law Enforcement Regional Communications and Data Center Architecture, 4) Criminal Justice Technology Requirements Gathering, Information Sharing, and Products Re-use, and 5) Strategic Information Technology Planning for Small and Medium Law Enforcement Agencies.

nac/ncf

This grant allows the continuation of the proposed Year 5 work program for the Center for Criminal Justice Technology (CCJT) Information Systems Integration Projects which was originally funded under the Cooperative Agreement Number 2001-LT-BX-K002. CCJT proposes to undertake the following efforts: 1) Effective Emergency Response (Un-tethered Officer) Project Expansion, 2) Sharing to Promote Reuse of CCJT Products, 3) Collection and Analysis of Gang Data, 4) Complimenting Crime Analysis with Knowledge Management, 5) Regional Intelligence Center Strategic Planning, 6) National Support for State and Local Information Sharing, and 7) Open Source Architecture for Law Enforcement.

This grant allows the continuation of the proposed Year 6 work program for the Center for Criminal Justice Technology (CCJT) Information Systems Integration Projects which was originally funded under the Cooperative Agreement Number 2001-LT-BX-K002. CCJT proposes to undertake the following efforts: 1) Effective Emergency Response (Un-tethered Officer) Project Expansion, 2) Sharing to Promote Reuse of CCJT Products, 3) Collection and Analysis of Gang Data, 4) Complimenting Crime Analysis with Knowledge Management, 5) Regional Intelligence Center Strategic Planning, 6) National Support for State and Local Information Sharing, and 7) Open Source Architecture for Law Enforcement.
nca/ncf

Date Created: June 28, 2001