The National Center for State Courts is working to highlight the viability of using national standards—the Global Reference Architecture and the Global Privacy Technical Framework—to electronically execute privacy and access-control rules for cross-domain information sharing. Rhode Island’s Department of Corrections (RIDOC) and Department of Children, Youth, and Family Services successfully implemented a juvenile criminal history query and response to exchange protected information, and they are sharing their story with you.
We invite you to assemble your team of program managers, privacy officers, and technologists to participate in a Webinar discussion of the Ocean State’s information sharing goals, challenges, solutions, and successes. The Webinar will be held May 24, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., ET, at the following URL: https://iir.adobeconnect.com/dataprivacywebinar/. In addition, please take advantage of two case studies that describe Rhode Island’s project: one tailored for business leaders and one tailored for technology leaders. The case studies can be accessed here: National standards