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AJWI Community News

2016 Highlighted Products

2016 looks to be an exciting year for AJW Inc. We are focused on three product offerings that are the most cutting edge and popular amongst our clients.

  1. IDS - Integrated Data Systems are becoming all the rage. We have led the pack with both research and case management solutions.
  2. Case Management - AJW Inc has specialized in longitudinal case management systems for over 15 years. Our systems are easily replicatable and scalable for small non-profit needs to large granting organizations.
  3. Mobile Applications - Integrating mobile solutions into your service culture is becoming a critical value add. We can help enhance almost any service model by creating a better connection to your clientele.

National League of Cities

Over the last couple of months we have had the pleasure of working with the National League of Cities providing TA with their Insitute for Youth, Education and Families juvenile justice team. We have visited Philadelphia and Las Vegas discussing strategies for executing data sharing initiaitves. We very much encourage municipalities to join the NLC and to investigate the work of the Insitute.

Georgetown Juvenile Justice Center

This September 2015 I participated in my second Georgetown University certification program titled School-Justice Partnership. I attended along with our Albany, NY data sharing team. It was a great building block on top of the Information Sharing Certificate Program I attended last December (2014) with San Francisco data sharing team members. I recommend anyone interested in data sharing or specific juvenile justice topics to consider their programs. -andy

AJWI chosen to present case studies at NHSDC 2014 Spring Conference

NHSDC AJWI has been selected to present case studies on X-Agency data initiatives at the National Human Services Data Consortium Spring Conference. We will be presenting how to put together a X-Agency initiative from beginnning to end including tips on legal issues, collaboration, and technical support. It will be in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 1.

Richmond CA to Albany NY - Building Multi-Agency Collaboration

For 2014 AJWI will see a number of opprotunities to demonstrate the power of X-Agency data management. We are already testing new models for data analytics and program design and hope to provide all our clients with examples of how to implement good cross departmental practices. From New York to California we will be modeling X-Agency data in numerous dimensions customized for the local condition. One size does not fit all. If you want more information just contact us at info@ajwi.com.

Bringing Big Data to the Good Guys

Recently the National League of Cities and the Data-Smart City Solutions news site sponsored by Harvard released an article on AJWI's work in San Francisco, CA. It outlines some of the obstacles and solutions for getting to useful multi-agency data management. The NLC has been active in spreading a wide range of lessons and building learning circles for deepening and expanding the best practices in this space. Check it out at Data-Smart City Solutions.

CANS Work Expands

In 2013 we have seen our CANS work expand to three other counties in California. We also released a case study done with the AIIM Higher program in San Francisco regarding use of a truncated CANS for service planning to support a joint Probation/Mental Health model initiative. Please contact us at info@ajwi.com for more information.

CANS Assessment: Technical and Social Change for Children and Youth

On April 19th 2010 AJWI released a white paper at the CANS/ANSA conference held in San Francisco. It was in conjunction with a presentation done by Nathaniel Israel, a co–author of the paper, on San Francisco's implementation of the CANS. Please contact us at info@ajwi.com for more information.

White Paper: Cross Agency Databases

AJWI recently released a white paper that outlines how cross agency databases, properly built and managed, can help government and youth serving agencies improve outcomes and measure success. Please contact us at info@ajwi.com for more information.

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