Making Data Standards Work. National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Experience. Presentation By. Bob Greeves Executive Staff, NIEM Program Management Office Senior Policy Advisor to the Bureau of Justice Assistance U.S. Department of Justice. Paul Wormeli
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National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Experience
Executive Staff, NIEM Program Management Office
Senior Policy Advisor to the
Bureau of Justice Assistance
U.S. Department of Justice
NIEM Communications and Outreach Committee Co-chair
Executive Director, Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute
National Information Exchange Model
Best Practices for Ensuring Governance
Keys to Ensuring Broad Adoption and Use
Real-world Success Story: Suspicious Activity ReportMaking Data Standards Work
In detecting, preventing, responding to and investigating crimes, disasters and terrorist acts, the exchange of information among multiple engaged agencies must be timely and accurate and therefore highly automated.
The National Strategy For Information Sharing (NSIS) was developed with the understanding that homeland security information, terrorism information, and law enforcement information related to terrorism can come from multiple sources, from all levels of government, as well as from private sector organizations and foreign sources.
State, Local, and Tribal Governments
and Other Legal Rights
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New DomainsNIEM Governance Structure