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The process of applying for and winning federal grants for information technology has become time-consuming, complicated and highly competitive. While the federal government offers many excellent funding opportunities to agencies around the country, it cannot be counted on to maintain projects that span a number of years. Previously overlooked non-traditional funding methods are becoming increasingly vital to the viability of CJIS efforts. This white paper discusses the pitfalls of over dependency on federal grants as well as various funding methods that can be utilized to help ensure the implementation and continued existence of an integrated justice system.
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