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Making Sense of the DNA Backlog - NIJ Conference Panel

June, 2009

Panelists will present findings from two NIJ studies that examined the DNA backlog in law enforcement agencies and crime labs. Panelists will discuss research findings related to new and potential time- and cost-saving approaches.

Research Meetings and Workshops

NIJ learns from the people who work day-to-day with the issues. We sponsor meetings, workshops, and working groups that bring together researchers, policymakers, technologists, and practitioners.

These meetings generate a rich exchange of ideas. They guide future research and help ensure that NIJ's research, development and evaluation activities meet real-world needs.

Review the summaries or transcripts available for many of these meetings:

Research Performance Progress Report Guidelines for NIJ Awardees

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Be sure to follow any specific guidance provided by NIJ regarding the format and content of your progress reports. Respond to any special reporting requirements specified in the award terms and conditions, as well as any award specific reporting requirements.

Annual Reports

The table below presents each of NIJ's Annual Reports since 1995 .