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Raised in Palouse, WA. Graduated from Washington State University. US Army (Counterintelligence). US Secret Service (Technical Security Division) in Fantasyland-on-the-Potomac and Los Angeles. Now living in north Idaho.

Friday, December 21, 2007

More Interesting CJ Bid Solicitations

As Whitecaps noted in the October 16, 2007, post titled Interesting Bid Solicitations, just about anything is more interesting reading than federal bid solicitations.

However, if you're a criminal justice student, a true or fictional crime writer, or if your occupation is one of the criminal justice fields, the National Institute of Justice's (NIJ) bid solicitations give you some insight into where criminal justice technology and behavioral sciences are going.

As with past solicitations, the interesting material is a few pages into the solicitation, often starting with the heading "Specific Information." However, the "Performance Measures," "Selection Criteria," and "Review Process" headings also reveal not only technical information but also the administrative expectations that CJ professionals would be expected to meet when applying for funding.

With that in mind, here's another list of NIJ bid solicitations.

Social Science Research in Forensic Science

Solving Cold Cases with DNA

Research on Policing

Research on Terrorism

Crime and Justice Research


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