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Vermont Judiciary

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Case Studies
The Vermont Judiciary plans to convert to a centralized, Web-based case management, document management, and e-filing system. The RFP for the new system, called VCase, was posted in June 2008, with the objective of starting work on the new system in mid-2009. The RFP requires that all exchanges in VCase will be NIEM-compliant.



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Today, the Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) initiative is one of the most significant cross-domain information-sharing enterprises in the Federal Government, linking industry, the Navy, the Coast Guard, and the Department of Transportation around the world. It comprises a striking example of success, built on a foundation of UCORE and NIEM.



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Thanks to NIEM, there is now for suspicious activity reports a standard way to express and share information between agencies.



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The SETCP demonstrated that, when needed, non-experts could develop NIEM-conformant messages rapidly. It showed, further, that watch officers, analysts, and scientists could read and interpret those messages, even when they were sent machine-to-machine.



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NIEM and the HHS

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Success Stories
With sufficient privacy, security, and confidentiality safeguards, NIEM offers the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services a time- and money-saving solution to information sharing in the health IT environment. 



Texas Path to NIEM

Texas Path to NIEM

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Case Studies
The Texas Department of Public Safety used NIEM standards to coordinate the development and operation of justice systems maintained or managed by participating state and local justice entities. This enabled these systems to share information consistently and accurately in a manner that maximizes the services provided to justice information users in Texas.



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Gang Data Sharing

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Case Studies
This case study highlights the successful utilization of NIEM as part of the MassGangs project to support the exchange of information obtained by local, regional, and state criminal justice agencies regarding members of criminal gangs and illegal organizations in Massachusetts.



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This case study highlights the successful development of a NIEM 2.0-conformant Information Exchange Package Document (IEPD) for Pennsylvania’s Court Case Event Messages through Pennsylvania’s Justice Network (JNET) and draws attention to the resulting documentation—NIEM Adoption Whitepaper, Performance Measurement Plan, and Lessons-Learned Report—that can guide future NIEM implementation efforts.



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This case study describes how NIEM was implemented to help improve outcomes for abused and neglected children by enabling timely data sharing between child welfare agencies and courts.



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Prescription monitoring programs (PMPs) are state-sponsored initiatives aimed at addressing the diversion and abuse of prescription drugs. This case study highlights the success of the pilot design of an interstate prescription monitoring information exchange (PMIX) program between California and Nevada.


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