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nonny Donating Member (309 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Aug-22-07 12:58 AM
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179. SharePoint -- CA Dept of Justice
California Dept. of Justice Criminal Intelligence Bureau CAL JRIES Web portal

The Criminal Intelligence Bureau (CIB) within the California Department of Justice is responsible for analyzing and disseminating information about illegal activities among diverse law-enforcement agencies in the state. The CIB sought to improve statewide information-sharing and collaboration by replacing an array of disconnected information technology (IT) systems used by various agencies. The new California Joint Regional Information Exchange System (CAL JRIES), built on a foundation of Microsoft Office Groove software and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, provides collaborative workspaces and an integrated Web portal that allow participants to share files, track incidents, collaborate on investigations, and engage in other teamwork. This has resulted in better interagency relationships, more accurate information, and overall time and cost efficiencies.

I think SharePoint is something to study more.
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