Ultra-High Speed Apps to Improve Criminal Justice Operations

The National Institute of Justice, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) seek to promote the development and evaluation of criminal justice software applications (apps) that are compatible with Ultra-High-Speed (UHS) networks (100 Mbps symmetrical up to 1 Gbps symmetrical). The National Institute of Justice offers this challenge as a call to design and create UHS-compatible apps that measurably improve the efficiency and/or effectiveness of criminal justice and public safety services and operation.

Challenge URL: http://nij.gov/funding/pages/fy13-ultra-high-speed-apps-challenge.aspx
Challenge Start Date: 20130927
 20140214
Challenge Award: $150,000
 
Winner Announced: 

One Response to “Ultra-High Speed Apps to Improve Criminal Justice Operations”

  1. Andrew

    Just curious what the current status of the judging was. Any idea when the winner will be announced? I know there have been delays, but was looking for some form of update. Thanks!

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