cjis: Subcommittees

  
 
CJIS Subcommittees
 
The CJIS Governing Board established three (3) Subcommittees to work at the direction of the CJIS Governing Board and its Executive Director. A critical component for each of t hese Subcommittees is the development of performance metrics that measure the success of the objectives set by their respect groups to meet their mission.
 
Below is a summary of each subcommittee, its mission and chairperson designated to lead the individual efforts. Please feel free to contact the designated Subcommittee chairs for additional information about their initiatives and progress. 
 

 
 
Administrative Subcommittee
 
{ } The mission of the CJIS Administrative Subcommittee is to provide guidance, research, analysis and recommendations for the operations and administration of the CJIS enterprise systems to the Executive Director from a policy, business and finance viewpoint.
    { } CJIS Administrative Subcommittee
    Chairperson:
 Larry D’Orsi
    Phone: (860) 263-2734; Email:
larry.dorsi@jud.ct.gov
{ } As the administrative arm of the CJIS Governing Board, its vision is to provide the CJIS community oversight of new systems or applications that connect to the CJIS information highway.
 
The following are the primary objectives of the Administrative Subcommittee:
 
1. Provide oversight of new systems and applications to agencies that submit project profiles from
    business, finance and policy perspectives.
2. Provide impact analyses to the CJIS Executive Director for new or current systems.
3. Develop a calendar to implement policy or legislative changes.
4. Schedule and prioritize new initiatives.
5. Develop and recommend policy and legislative changes to the CJIS Governing Board.
6. Review and make recommendations on the CJIS budget to the CJIS Governing Board.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

• Leadership • Collaboration • Innovation • Success • Service • Support • Preservation • Added Value
 

 

 
 
 
Technology Subcommittee
 
{ } The mission of the CJIS Technology Subcommittee is to support the CJIS enterprise system, by providing technological research, analysis, and recommendations to the CJIS Executive Director, the CJIS Governing Board, and CJIS member agencies.
    { } CJIS Technology Subcommittee
    Chairperson:
 
Evelyn Godbout
    Phone: (860) 258-5900; Email:
Evelyn.Godbout@ct.gov
{ } As the technology arm of the CJIS Governing Board, its vision is responsible for identifying the technology and architectural standards for the Information Sharing Systems.
 
The following are the primary objectives of the Technology Subcommittee:
 
1. Set Architecture and technology standards based on resilience, scalability, flexibility and recovery.
    Review calendar for all technology standards lifecycle from cradle to grave. The committee should annually review lifecycle status for all CJIS technologies.
    – Adopt the GFIPM (Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management) standard for security.
    – Adopt the NIEM (National Information Exchange Model) standard for data.
    – Adopt the JIEM (Justice Information Exchange Model) standard for processes.
    – Adopt the JRA (Justice Reference Architecture) standard.
    – Set Positive Subject Identification standard.
    – Annually, review lifecycle status for all CJIS technologies.
2. Provide oversight to the CJIS Data Dictionary.
3. Validate the compliance of new projects with the Data Dictionary.
4. On an annual basis, review each project under the CJIS Governing Board’s purview for compliance with technology standards.
5. Review the Data Model and ensure that it is being rationalized to meet our current needs.
6. Work together with the Administrative and Implementation Committees.
7. Maintain a CJIS technology portfolio management catalog.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
• Leadership • Collaboration • Innovation • Success • Service • Support • Preservation • Added Value
 
 
 
 
Implementation Subcommittee
 
{ } The mission of the CJIS Implementation Subcommittee is to provide guidance, research, analysis and recommendations for the operations, administration and integration of the CJIS enterprise systems to the Executive Director, Governing Board, and agencies from a policy viewpoint.
    { } CJIS Implementation Subcommittee
    Chairperson:
 
Chief Richard Mulhall
    Phone: (860) 666-8445; Email:
rmulhall@newingtonct.gov
{ } As the implementation arm of the CJIS Governing Board, its vision is to provide oversight to agencies that are implementing systems or applications that connect to the CJIS information highway.
 
The following are the primary objectives of the Implementation Subcommittee:
 
1. Initiate user groups for OBTS, CIDRIS, AFIS, and COLLECT.
2. Provide oversight to existing, new projects, or initiatives within the purview of the Governing Board.
3. To manage, maintain, and update a master project schedule for all interactions between agencies.
    This schedule will provide details on when, where, how, and why these interactions will occur so
     that each agency will be able to plan in advance for the changes.
4. To publish a quarterly status report on each project that is part of the master project schedule.
5. Ensure that JIEM information changes are updated on a yearly basis.
6. On an annual basis, validate CJIS data dictionary mapping.
7. Develop an Implementation issue resolution process.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

• Leadership • Collaboration • Innovation • Success • Service • Support • Preservation • Added Value
 


 





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