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2013 Criminal Justice Information Forum on Data Exchange & Information Sharing
Standards & Models

February 5-6, 2013
Hilton Lisle/Naperville
Lisle, Illinois
3003 Corporate West Drive
630-505-0900
1-800-552-2599

The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) will present the Criminal Justice Information Forum on Data Exchange and Information Sharing Standards & Models February 5-6, 2013, in Lisle. This event will bring together Illinois’ local and state criminal justice agency leaders, CIO/IT professionals, and key decision- and policymakers to learn about national standards and collaboration strategies for designing, developing, and implementing multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional data exchange projects.

As the State Administering Agency of federal funding for the criminal justice system, ICJIA is committed to helping local and state criminal justice leaders transform the way they access and share information. One of the biggest challenges toward achieving this goal is bringing together system stakeholders to initiate dialogue and collaboration. ICJIA has partnered with the nation’s most respected associations and groups dedicated to integrated justice, standards, and technologies to provide the most accurate approach to integrated justice projects. The forum is designed to facilitate dynamic and mission-inspiring collaboration.

Topics will include:

  • Real-world, multi jurisdictional, information sharing projects that have been nationally recognized for excellence.
  • Models and standards such as National Information Exchange Model (NIEM), Global Reference Architecture (GRA), Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management (GFIPM), and the Justice Information Exchange Model (JIEM).
  • Strategies to help overcome limited staff and resources, stakeholders with competing missions, and security and privacy challenges, and facilitate deployment of multi-jurisdictional initiatives.

Registration :

Register is Closed

There is no registration fee for this forum.

Agenda and Speakers:

The forum has been designed to provide a significant amount of information specific to the participants’ various interests and roles.  The topics presented during breakout sessions will be organized into three focused tracks:

  • Technology solutions & standards such as NIEM, GRA, JIEM and GFIPM
  • Case studies highlighting model projects that have implemented exchanges across multiple agencies and jurisdictions
  • A variety of the issues and strategies encountered with information sharing projects or technologies

ICJIA believes the more people from within your jurisdiction and agency that can attend this forum, the more meaningful and effective this event will be as a catalyst for future collaboration and statewide information sharing projects. Jurisdictions that send multiple participants – each having responsibility for the technologies, people or processes involved in information sharing projects – will benefit most by gaining a comprehensive perspective of the complexities, achievements and strategies as related in the breakout tracks.

Our speakers are influential government practitioners from federal, state, and local public safety and justice agencies as well as a select group of industry leaders.  Biographies will be posted in January.


This forum is being supported by Grant #2009-SU-B9-0055, awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.  Points of view or opinions contained within this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.