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Working to promote and enable technology in the public sector and expand the use of information sharing to maximize safety, efficiency, and productivity.
We advocate for policies, processes, and information sharing standards that impact our safety and security, build knowledge on behalf of our stakeholder groups, and connect the organizations and leaders within the many communities of interest challenges.
We provide a trusted, member-driven forum that bridges the gap of knowledge between public sector mission practitioners and private sector experts joining shared goals with trusted resources.
Read our case study about how we helped implement Text-to-911 Translation Standards
Our community is made up of dedicated professionals who are passionate volunteers, key practitioner organizations, national practitioner associations, other non-profit organizations, and academia/researchers that share a united and equal seat at the table to solve problems, collaborate, and innovate to maximize safety, efficiency, and productivity within the public sector.
Are you an employee of a government agency? By becoming an IJIS Institute member, you can inform the IJIS community and technology industry about your mission needs, and gain access to a broad range of expertise, thought leadership, promising practices and lessons learned on current and emerging technologies, and national scope issues.
Does your company provide public sector technology solutions and services? By becoming an IJIS Institute member, you will have access to educational, networking and business opportunities, as well as branding benefits, while collaborating with government leadership to meet public sector challenges.
As an IJIS member, you will have the opportunity to help stakeholder communities facilitate mission-critical technology advancement and support information sharing and safeguarding of our communities nationwide.
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