911 Technology, Policy, and Information Management Group
|Elaine Seeman, Ph.D.
Management Information Systems
342 Slay Hall
|James E. Holloway, J.D.
330 Slay Hall
|James W. Kleckley, Ph.D.|
Bureau of Business Research
114 Slay Hall
The Group's purpose is to conduct specialized research to assess and propose business and government plans, policies, and actions establishing and maintaining state Enhanced (E) 911 and Next Generation (NG) 911 systems. The Group uses research and education to assess, assist, and inform government or business on technology, propose business and government policy solutions, and examine 911 information management systems of state NG911 or E911 system.
The Group's mission is to support and assist public and private sectors by studying and researching management information systems, technology, and public policy. The Group conducts studies and performs research using quantitative and qualitative analytical methods and business, public policy, technology, and technical expertise. The Group uses the data and analysis to examine and propose business strategies and government policies. The Group uses management, market, government, and other findings to manage government and business strategies relating to telecommunications, public policy, and information management.
The Group's most recent research to further business and government management in the 911 industry include the following study and publications: