Conference Presentations
Presentations are in Microsoft PowerPoint 7.0, unless otherwise noted.

Alphabetically by Speaker

Riley Bell, Regional Information Sharing Systems
Network Fundamentals  
Getting Connected

Matthew Benefiel, Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Understanding and Defining Your Web Presence (.exe file)

Steve Carter, SunTrack
E-Government and Code Enforcement - Involving Citizens and Improving Customer Service

Dr. Jan Chaiken, Director, Bureau of Justice Statistics
Welcome Remarks

Owen Greenspan, SEARCH
Privacy, Technology and Criminal Justice Information

Lori Higdon, Department of Family and Youth Services, Clark County, Nevada
Lessons Learned from Implementing an E-Government Project

Stephen H. Holdridge, Oracle
Fundamental Principles in Developing E-Government for Justice

Ed Janairo, Council of State Governments
Planning for Change: Facing the IT Worker Shortage

Paul F. Kendall, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

Andrew D. Keyser, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
Leveraging Existing Systems: The Pennsylvania Experience

Kevin P. King, Supreme Court of Oklahoma
Organizing for and Managing Change

Jeffrey D. Knight, City of Oakland
An Introduction to CrimeWatch

Mike Lesko, Texas Department of Public Safety
Buying, Selling and Using Data On the Web: Availability, Access, Implications
Funding the Online Presence

Robert Lopez, Washington State Patrol
Organizing For and Managing Change: Washington Access to Criminal History

Edward J. Loughran, Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators
Strategic Use of the Internet: Performance-Based Standards in Juvenile Justice Facilities

George P. March, Regional Information Sharing Systems
Developing Security Policies and Procedures

Robert L. Marx, RLM Associates
Commencement Address

Ross Mayfield, SEARCH
Thoughts and Questions on E-Government and Privacy
Security: Know the Threat

Hugh McDonough, Abt Associates Inc.
Performance-based Standards in Juvenile Confinement Facilities: A Case Study on the Effect of the Web on Research and Program Implementation.

Ann Navarro, HTML Writers Guild

Michael Overton, Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement
Criminal Justice Use of the Internet in Nebraska

Terry Plank, Academy of Web Specialists
Marketing and Promoting Your Web Site (PowerPoint Presentation)    
Marketing and Promoting Your Web Site
(This web site link will be available until December 2000)

David J. Roberts, SEARCH
Welcome and Introductions
Justice, E-Government and the Internet

Tira Robinson, University of Maryland
Funding the Future of E-Government

Isam Saleh, Ohio Attorney General's Office
A Practical Approach to Technical Management and Support

Hon Dale V. Sandstrom, North Dakota Supreme Court

Norma Jean Schaefer, Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Privacy, Access and Security
Developing Security Policies and Procedures

Ted Shoemaker, Department of Family and Youth Services, Clark County, Nevada
How and When to Implement E-Government

Van Short, V-ONE
Lessons From the Field
Security Technologies

Dr. John Sorflaten, Human Factors International
Intranet Web Site Usability Testing (5.8 MB file)
Know Your Audience With Data Gathering (3 MB file)

Mark Stiegemeier, CRISNET
Database Design and Use
Server Based Applications

Bernard P. Tisserand, Idea Integration
Network Fundamentals

Dave Usery
Planning for E-Change

Aldona K. Valicenti, CIO, Kentucky
Keynote Presentation

Bill Webb, Ohio Attorney General's Office
Ohio WebCheck

Lawrence P. Webster, SEARCH
E-Government Functions
Successful Project Management

Walker White, Oracle Corporation

Paul Wormeli, Viking Technology Inc.
E-Commerce and Online Procurement

Dan Zinn, Attorney Generals Office, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Florida
Technical Management and Support for Administrators
Web Publishing and Authoring Tools