What are other examples of successful Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) implementations?

There are over 40 projects that are using or are committed to using the Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) for their data exchange applications.

The organizations include:

1.         Administrative Office of the Courts, Georgia  (Georgia Judicial Exchange)

2.         Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts  (Justice Integration-Electronic Citations Import)

3.         Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts/Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ICJIS)  (Adult Probation Data Exchange)

4.         Arkansas Integrated Justice Information Systems Program  (Arkansas IJIS Pilot Project)

5.         Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)  (CANDLE : Standardization of Driver's License records across NLETS – The International Justice & Public Safety Information Sharing Network)

6.         California Administrative Office of the Courts  (Data Exchange Standards Initiative)

7.         California Department of Justice (DOJ)  (Statewide Investigative Networking System (SINS))

8.         Coconino County, Arizona  (Criminal Justice Integration Project)

9.      Colorado Integrated Criminal Justice Information System (CICJIS)  (CICJIS Online Presentation System (COPS))

10.      CriMNet - Minnesota Department of Public Safety  (CriMNet EAI Backbone)

11.      Criminal Information Sharing Alliance, Incorporated (CISAnet: Sharing, organizing, and analyzing of criminal information (intelligence, CJIS, investigative, etc.) across local, state, and federal boundaries for investigative and analytical purposes)

12.      Florida Law Enforcement Data Sharing Consortium  (FINDER – Florida Integrated Network for Data Exchange and Retrieval)

13.      Maine State Police  (Bureau of Motor Vehicles Interface)

14.      Maine State Police  (Criminal History Record System - Justice Data Broker)

15.      Maine State Police  (Criminal History Record System - Provision of Criminal History Records (RAP Sheets))

16.      Maine State Police  (Violations Bureau Interface)

17.      Missouri Office of State Courts Administrator (OSCA) (Missouri Court Automation Project )

18.      NLETS  (Standardized XML Transactions)

19.      North Carolina Criminal Justice Network (CJIN)  (DOJ, SBI, DCI Batch Updates to ACIS)

20.      North Carolina Criminal Justice Network (CJIN)  (Driver License Photo Transmission)

21.      North Carolina Criminal Justice Network (CJIN)  (Facial Image Transmission)

22.      North Carolina Criminal Justice Network (CJIN)  (Sex Offender Data Sharing)

23.      Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police  (OLLEISN - Ohio Local Law Enforcement Information Sharing Network)

24.      Orange County Florida  (Integrated Criminal Justice Information Systems)

25.      Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET)  (GJXDD 3.0-Based Driver History Record)

26.      Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET)  (Criminal History Records Disposition System Update Project)

27.      Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET)  (Warrants Project)

28.      Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET)  (Sentencing Guidelines Project)

29.      Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET)  (Electronic Citation Filing Project)

30.      RISS Application Development Group  (RISSApps)

31.      Seattle, Washington  (Seattle Justice Information System (SeaJIS))

32.      Southwest Alabama Integrated Criminal-Justice System  (Law Enforcement Tactical System (LETS))

33.      State of New Hampshire - Department of Safety  (J-ONE (One Network Environment for Justice) - Bail Conditions)

34.      State of New Hampshire - Department of Safety  (J-ONE (One Network Environment for Justice) - Warrant Requests)

35.      State of New Hampshire - Department of Safety  (J-ONE (One Network Environment for Justice)- Criminal Complaints)

36.      State of New Hampshire - Department of Safety  (J-ONE (One Network Environment for Justice)- Dispositions)

37.      State of New Hampshire - Department of Safety  (J-ONE (One Network Environment for Justice)- Protection Orders)

38.      Supreme Court of Georgia  (Supreme Court E-filing Project)

39.      Syracuse Police Department  (CNYLEADS: Electronic reporting with RMS.)

40.      United States Department of Justice (DOJ), Executive Office for United States Attorneys (EOUSA) and United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS)  (Victim Notification System (VNS))

41.      University of Maryland Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (UMD-CATT)  (Capital Wireless Integrated Network (CapWIN))

42.      University of Southern Mississippi  (Automated System Project)

43.      Vermont Department of Innovation and Information  (Vermont Criminal Justice Integration Services)

44.      Washington State Administrative Office for the Courts  (Data Exchanges)

45.      Whatcom County, Washington  (Whatcom Exchange Network (WENET))

46.      Wisconsin Department of Justice  (eTIME Server to Server)

47.      Wisconsin's Justice Information Sharing Program (WIJIS) (The Justice Gateway)

Organizations Using GJXDM: http://it.ojp.gov/default.aspx?area=nationalInitiatives&page=1227

How GJXDM is being used: http://www.idealliance.org/proceedings/xml04/papers/150/How-US-Govt-Using-XML-1YL.html#S7.9