The IJIS Institute appointed Valerie Evanoff as chair of the Biometrics Industry Government Standards Interoperability Group (BIGSIG) Subcommittee. Mike Hulme was appointed chair of the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Third Generation (N3G) Subcommittee.Edson Named Executive Director of LA-RICS
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Both subcommittees operate under the IJIS Institute’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Programs Advisory Committee (CPAC).
The BIGSIG subcommittee offers industry an opportunity to understand and weigh in on the variety of challenges to biometrics interoperability. The subcommittee will develop a white paper to generate input on mutilated or intentionally altered finger prints, scars, marks and tattoos, data sharing and best practices for biometric workflows.
The N3G subcommittee’s purpose is to further define a role for Industry and IJIS Institute member companies in collaborating with the FBI, state, local and tribal agencies to improve, expand and make viable the next-generation NCIC program known as N3G. The subcommittee also encourages and arms industry with relevant information so that they can increase knowledge and support of the program while promoting the use of national standards for information sharing. Evanoff is the founder and CEO of CrossResolve, which provides technical and advisory services to federal and state agencies as well as the private sector. Prior to founding CrossResolve, Evanoff was a program manager and acting supervisor for the FBI’s CJIS Division.
Hulme is a justice and law enforcement enterprise/solution architect for Unisys. Hulme has more than 30 years of hands-on experience architecting, developing, delivering, integrating and supporting information systems solutions for federal, state and local governments.
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