ACS to Develop Information Sharing System for Conn. Crimnal Justice Board

ACS, A Xerox Company has won a six-year contract worth $14 million to design and implement an information sharing system for the state of Connecticut’s Criminal Justice Governing Board, the company announced today.

ACS said the system will include a portal for agencies to access and share records. It is intended to enable 50,000 users to share text, analytics, business intelligence, dashboards, video, graphics and audio.

The company aims for the portal to extend access to 75,000 users over time, but will build up the system’s capabilities in stages.

“Sharing information is a powerful asset that is changing how government agencies operate,” said Nancy Collins, group president of ACS government business process solutions group.”

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