By Andrea Fox, EfficientGov Senior Editor
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is currently accepting applications to support innovative use of technology through April 20, 2016.
There are no matching requirements and awards range to $500K. Applications should focus on data integration to address crime either through innovative technology or through training and technical assistance for projects with data collection components that can help the BJA identify effective public safety practices.
Equipment items may also be requested, however applications should emphasize comprehensive topics like, but not limited to:
- Crime analysis and predictive analytics
- Technology and record systems integration
- Data linking and identity management
- Information sharing in field operations
- Real-time crime centers or fusion centers