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Data Sharing Between State, Local, and Federal AgenciesTopic/Title: "Data Sharing Between State, Local, and Federal Agencies"
Participant: Christine Tyler, Project Director, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
Listen to Full Interview (duration time: 26:06:00)
- Through NYDEX (New York Data Exchange), New York criminal justice agencies will have an automated, services-oriented means of linking records statewide and beyond.
- You’ve said that DCJS (Division of Criminal Justice Services) collects incident based data from agencies that use upwards of 20 different records management systems. Tell us a bit about the RMS (Records Management System) that your agency provides.
- It sounds from our previous discussions as though working with the FBI has been one of the more positive parts of the project so far.
- What challenges have you faced with data mapping, extraction, transformation, and loading?
- You went through some grant reprogramming as your project progressed.
Written transcript of interview
These podcasts are made possible through the COPS 2007 Technology Program. They are part of a continuing technical assistance and training program designed to share information between grantees and others who may benefit from their experiences. Interviews recorded and presented as podcasts will focus on practical guidance for information sharing and communications interoperability projects.
This project was supported by Cooperative Agreement #2007-CK-WX-K002 by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. Points of view or opinions expressed in this podcast are those of guests and moderators, and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.