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The Role of Information Sharing in Counter-Terrorism Investigation and Prevention

November 2010
The Role of Information Sharing in Counter-Terrorism Investigation and Prevention is part of a series of podcasts produced by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) which are designed to bring users the latest information in justice innovations, practices, and perspectives from the field of criminal justice. In this particular podcast, we hear from Richard A. Marquise, Director of the State and Local Anti-Terrorism (SLATT) Program and former FBI agent, about his experience with counter-terrorism prevention and investigation. Source: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance Web site Participants: Michael Medaris - Senior Policy Advisor, Bureau of Justice Assistance Richard A. Marquise - Director, SLATT® [State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training] Program

SEARCH Podcast #5: The Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management (GFIPM) Initiative

January 2010
Justice organizations are looking for ways to provide secured access to multiple agency information systems with a single logon. The GFIPM initiative provides the justice community with a security and information sharing architecture that is based on an electronic justice credential. This standards-based justice credential can be used to securely connect law enforcement and public safety personnel to interagency applications and data over the Internet. (Courtesy of SEARCH Group, Inc., www.search.org/programs/info/podcasts) Participants: John Ruegg - Chair, Global Security Working Group (GSWG), Director, Los Angeles County (California) Information Systems Advisory Board (ISAB) James Dyche - Applications Administrator, Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET)

SEARCH Podcast #2: Understanding the Justice Reference Architecture

December 2009
Learn from the experts on how your integration efforts can leverage a service oriented architecture framework specifically designed for the justice community. (Courtesy of SEARCH Group, Inc., www.search.org/programs/info/podcasts) Participants: Dr. Thomas Clarke - Vice-President of Research and Technology, National Center for State Courts, and Chair, Global Infrastructure/Standards Working Group Scott Came - Director of Systems and Technology, SEARCH

Segment 6: Why Should I Care About Global? And Other Concluding Thoughts

December 2009
GAC Chairman Boehmer and Vice Chairman Wicklund reemphasize the fact that the U.S. DOJ’s Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative is a for practitioner, by practitioner collaboration addressing justice business problems through more effective, more efficient information sharing for colleagues at all levels of government, across the justice and public-safety landscape. If you are a justice executive or practitioner, YOU are Global, so get involved! Contact [email protected] or visit bja.ojp.gov/it/global to learn more about participation opportunities.

Segment 5: A Study in Global Success: Advancing Intelligence Sharing Capabilities

December 2009
Chairman Boehmer discusses how intelligence sharing efforts over recent years– supported by fundamental Global-supported resources (such as the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan and Fusion Center Guidelines: Law Enforcement Intelligence, Public Safety, and the Private Sector) have yielded unprecedented successes through partnerships of state, local, and tribal entities with Federal initiatives, with an emphasis reciprocal, "two-way sharing."

Segment 3: Global Leadership Highlights

November 2009
Global leaders recount leadership highlights, including supporting quality “for practitioners/by practitioners” deliverables that are being adopted by all levels of government and private industry. The “Global process,” a collaborative approach to solving business problems, is also discussed as an invaluable Global success, as well as efforts originating in Global recommendations, such as the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM).