These are some selected projects we implemented for our Key Clients in the past, directly or through prime contractors.
World Justice Information Network (WJIN)
The International WJIN portal is a global virtual library and communication forum for 10,000+ criminal justice professionals in 120 countries. WJIN bridges the digital divide and empowers partners around the world to actively participate in the process of building global networks of knowledge about crime and justice through soliciting, authoring, publishing, translating, cataloging, filtering, annotating and distributing digital materials in a simple, clear and convenient format and providing cutting edge XML-centric technologies.
Developed for: Department of Justice (USA), Department of State (USA)
Developed for: The Suprematia Legii Foundation (Moldova), NATO Partnership for Peace Information Management Systems (USA)
The ROLIN Ukraine is a WJIN sub-portal developed for the United States - Ukraine Research Partnership; over 60 researchers from 21 government agencies, research and academic institutions participated in this multinational study of transnational organized crime; the portal is a virtual community of over twenty other Web resources developed as a result of this project
Developed for: Department of Justice (USA), Ukrainian Academy of Law Sciences (Ukraine)
This is a Web portal for collecting, processing and analyzing data for over 100 (300 by the end of the year) juvenile detention and correction facilities in most of the 50 states of the United States. The portal provides a robust, flexible and portable technical environment for the administration of data collection system, user management system, online analytic processing and reporting system and other key components of the portal. The Web-based tools provided by the portal help facilities perform regular self-assessment and allow them to evaluate their performance over time and in comparison to other facilities nationwide.
Developed for: Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators (USA), Department of Justice (USA)
SchoolVantagePoint represent an example of how a basic, standalone MS Access application (SchoolCOP) can be reengineered using the latest Microsoft .NET technologies and turned into a modern, sophisticated, Web-based intranet portal for collecting, processing, analyzing and reporting data in the area of school safety. The new system serves as a powerful decision support tool for school administrators, school safety officials, and transparently connect other authorized users across an entire school district or even state-wide.
Developed for: Abt Associates (USA)
This project is a major, multi-year effort to develop the first prototype of the U.S. national information system for mental health professionals that is intended to serve as an analytic portal for up to 5,000 mental health facilities across the United States. The prototype serves as a working demonstration of technical capability, repository of technical requirements and design principles, and a foundation for an architectural blueprint of the ultimate system. Furthermore, the prototype is meant to focus the thinking of the behavioral health care and substance abuse communities on the technical, organizational, and substantive issues surrounding an integrated, standards-based behavioral health/substance abuse treatment information system.
Developed for: Department of Health and Human Services (USA)
This is an e-commerce engine developed to empower an Eastern European business exchange and trading portal
Developed for: S&T International (Austria-Moldova)
Moldova.org started as an official site for the Embassy of Moldova in Washington, DC USA and evolved into the most popular portal for the online community interested in Moldova's culture, politics, business and tourism, with 5,000+ registered users and nearly 600,000 visitors per year. The site is ranked No. 1 on the Google's search results for "Moldova"
Developed for: The Moldova Foundation (USA-Moldova)