The IJIS Institute's Mid-year Briefing is a must-attend technology briefing and training conference focused on information sharing and safeguarding standards.
Connect with industry and government information technology leaders and experts in a non-sales, learning environment. Industry and government sit side-by-side at this unique event and engage in constructive dialogues about technology trends, issues, and solutions. Hear about information sharing practices, technology, and standards that will move information sharing along the road to greater adoption. Listen to real-life information sharing stories and discover how your agency and company can be part of this success.
Join us August 6*-8, 2014, for the IJIS Institute Mid-year Briefing at the Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, to collaboratively explore various perspectives on the challenges of and future for information sharing and standards in this difficult and budget-constrained environment.
Who should attend? Executives, key decision makers, and software developers from the public and private federal, state, and local information technology communities who are interested in information sharing.
*IJIS Institute Committee Meetings begin at 3PM on August 6th
In the event you need to cancel, please contact Pamela Thomas before July 11, 2014. Cancellations received prior to July 11, 2014, will result in a refund less a $50 processing fee. Cancellations received after July 11, 2014, are not entitled to a refund. Registration fees lost due to cancellation are not transferable to other IJIS Institute events or functions.
The IJIS Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to joining forces with its Member companies to unite the private and public sectors for improving mission-critical information sharing and safeguarding.
Our Members are information technology companies and consultancies that provide solutions to justice, public safety, and homeland security agencies to help them share information. Join the IJIS Institute today—together we can make a real difference in information sharing and safeguarding—making our nation safer and more secure.
The IJIS Institute is funded by our Members and by grants from the U.S. Department of Justice, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.