|2013 NAJIS Conference|
|Written by Administrator|
September 10-12, 2013 | Coronado Marriott - San Diego, CA
Every year the NAJIS annual conference focuses on current topics related to justice information sharing practitioners and provides excellent networking opportunities for attendees.
This year's conference was held at the majestic Coronado Island Marriott Resort, a world away, and yet a mere two-mile drive from cosmopolitan, downtown San Diego, across one of the world's most distinctive bridges. Coronado was truely a great destination for all of our attendees. Thank you to all participants through whom connections were catalyzed from cities and counties throughout the U.S.
This year's conference delivered a wealth of information to justice practitioners with regard to best practices in project management, mobile applications, social media, biometric technologies, regional information sharing, data dissemination protocols and more. Next year's conference in Salt Lake City, Utah will deliver even more resourceful material. Presentation and agenda content from the 2013 NAJIS Conference is now available for download.
The NAJIS Board encourages justice practitioners to attend the IJIS Institute's National Symposium (formerly Industry Briefing) to hear from government information technology leaders and industry experts on information sharing practices, technology and standards. CEUs will be issued for the technology training event which will be held January 15-17, 2014, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA. The three day event will feature keynote presentations and tracks on Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities; Cross-domain, Regional and Statewide Information Sharing; Federation - Implementation and Trusted Information Sharing Environments, and Secure Interoperability Surveillance Technologies – Policy and Use.
Also consider attending the 4th Annual Badge & Tech Benefit & Awards Dinner which will be held in conjunction with the National Symposium on January 16. The recipient of the Benefit proceeds this year will be donated to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Please join us to help support the nation’s monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.