Friday, April 6, 2012

4th Law Enforcement IT Day 2012. April 18, 2012

4th Law Enforcement IT Day 2012

Law enforcement and national security depends on adaptation—adaptation to the economy, adaptation to technology and adaptation to criminal methodologies. As budgetary cutbacks become commonplace in the Federal government, creativity in new technology initiatives must take precedence as agencies are increasingly expected to do more with less. Law enforcement agencies and officers will need to use new tools, including, data analytics, secure mobility, biometrics and even social media to more effectively track, detain and prosecute criminals.

AFCEA Bethesda invites you to Law Enforcement IT Day 2012 for a look at how these new technologies and processes are redefining the way law enforcement agencies adapt to budgetary constraints and the evolution of criminal devices and tactics. The event will bring together more than 400 senior government leaders and IT professionals across industry and Federal agencies such as DOJ, DHS, State, Treasury and DOD to foster better communications, share lessons learned and best practices, and identify mission-critical IT issues. It will focus on federal initiatives and programs that harness current and emerging technologies to better protect and improve the safety and security of U.S. citizens.

Register today and benefit from:
  • Networking opportunities with more than 400 senior executives and IT professionals
  • Keynote presentations and panel discussions from key stakeholders at critical agencies such as DOJ, FBI, DHS, ICE, CBP, State, and Treasury, among others, responsible for achieving Federal law enforcement objectives through the use of IT
  • Federal roundtables allow Q&A opportunities to discuss challenges, trends and initiatives between government and industry that will lead to innovation and economic growth
    • Topics include: mobile force engagement, mobile security, data analytics, cloud computing, shared services, biometrics, information sharing, cyber defense, cyber incident response and social media as an investigative tool
  • Program updates from IT program and project managers and Department leaders
  • Small Business Innovation Luncheon featuring more than 125 small business representatives and systems integrators to look at real and planned set-aside programs throughout the health IT community
  • Meet one-on-one with Federal program offices such as FBI InfraGard, CJIS, LEO, NIEM PMO and NITAAC to discuss future law enforcement focused information technology opportunities and how the private sector can improve technology requirements
  • Receive continuing education credits from the Graduate School USA, an independent, educational, not-for-profit that prepares and advance your career in government, private sector and non-for-profit organizations
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 

Bethesda North Marriott and Conference Center –
5701 Marinelli Road, North Bethesda, MD 20852

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