Global Reference Architecture (GRA)

The Global Reference Architecture (GRA) is an information exchange solution designed to cut 80 percent of implementation time and costs for state and local justice agencies through reuse of established promising practices in IT architecture and design. Find out more at https://it.ojp.gov/default.aspx?area=nationalInitiatives&page=1015

Incident Management Information Sharing (DHS S&T)

Current systems that are implemented to support the emergency management community are typically developed using proprietary data models that may inhibit information sharing. The IMIS Framework recommends an architecture where standard information encodings and standard data services are implemented in the IMIS-compliant systems to support the necessary data exchanges and improve overall interoperability between systems holding information and systems supporting consumers of the information.

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Corrections Information Sharing

The primary goal of the combined project is to develop, test, and implement a standards-based offender information sharing capability between departments of correction and community service providers and government agencies who seek to reduce recidivism and victimization and who are tasked with providing support and supervision of adult offenders during reentry, with particular focus on offenders with mental health and substance abuse issues.

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New Jersey Statewide Information Sharing Environment (NJ-ISE)

The NJ-ISE project involves:
  • Enabling the free flow of information in support of statewide law enforcement, homeland security, and emergency management missions to prevent, mitigate, respond to, investigate, and recover from all man-made and natural hazards.
  • Providing secure access to information and actionable intelligence for participating agencies, across the public and private sectors, to better assure the safety and security of New Jersey communities.
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