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Webinar Archive: NASCIO-PTI Technology Forecast

View webinar replay and download presentations.
Technology Forecast 2014: What State and Local Government Technology Officials Can Expect
Thursday, January 23, 2014, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET
For this popular annual event, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) and the Public Technology Institute are coming together to provide a picture of what the technology priorities, issues and trends for state and local governments will be in 2014.
State of the States 2014: Presented by Doug Robinson, NASCIO Executive Director
What’s In and What’s Out for Cities and Counties: Presented by Alan Shark, PTI Executive Director

RFP: Justice Information Exchange Implementation Project Competitive Award Announcement

SEARCH is pleased to announce the availability of funds and technical assistance for justice information sharing implementation projects. The solicitation and request is available at the link below. The goal of this solicitation is to assist law enforcement and public safety organizations to improve information sharing with partner agencies and organizations and improve the overall effectiveness of the criminal justice system. Proposed information sharing solutions must involve at least one partner agency within or allied with the criminal justice system.

The solicitation offers direct funding of up to $50,000 and technical assistance with the design, development and implementation of information sharing initiatives for state/local/tribal jurisdictions. The due date for this solicitation is November 22, 2013. We hope that by broadly advertising this solicitation throughout the justice community we will receive a significant number of applications for a wide range of information sharing projects.

Upcoming Events

  1. NASCIO 2014 Annual Conference

    Sep 28 - Oct 1
    Nashville, TN, United States
  2. NASCIO 2015 Midyear Conference

    Apr 24 - 30
    Alexandria, VA, United States