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Ever wanted to know how to better manage your software solution for your corrections or other law enforcement facility? I discuss issues, problems and solutions that commonly arise in a jail or prison setting.

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Latest Blog Posts for Mark Johnson's Blog- insider's look at corrections software and uses for law enforcement and corrections.

  • The Simple Life
    on Mar 19, 2010
    After a bit of a hiatus, I am finally starting back up with my blog.  On tap for the next couple posts are certainly a few things about integration concerns and NIEM specification.  But today, I want to take a look at a general topic t...
  • The Simple Life
    on Mar 19, 2010
    After a bit of a hiatus, I am finally starting back up with my blog.  On tap for the next couple posts are certainly a few things about integration concerns and NIEM specification.  But today, I want to take a look at a general topic t...
  • The Touch, Feel, Smell Experience.
    on Aug 18, 2009
    Last weekend I was on my Saturday morning run when I ran by the McLanahan Corporation headquarters (http://www.mclanahan.com/).  They are a Blair County, PA based corporation that produces, among other things, large machinery used in agriculture...
  • The Touch, Feel, Smell Experience.
    on Aug 18, 2009
    Last weekend I was on my Saturday morning run when I ran by the McLanahan Corporation headquarters (http://www.mclanahan.com/).  They are a Blair County, PA based corporation that produces, among other things, large machinery used in agriculture...
  • Just because we can doesn’t mean we should
    on Jun 19, 2009
        Sometimes the latest and greatest may not be the greatest for you.  As DSI/ITI's software architect, I am faced with technology driven decisions on a daily basis.  Often I receive emails from our other software engineers sugge...
  • Just because we can doesn’t mean we should
    on Jun 19, 2009
        Sometimes the latest and greatest may not be the greatest for you.  As DSI/ITI's software architect, I am faced with technology driven decisions on a daily basis.  Often I receive emails from our other software engineers sugge...
  • What if the finish line isn’t what we expect?
    on Jun 18, 2009
    I'm a runner.  Not a very fast one, mind you, but I like to run.  Prodded by a few friends, I got the idea late in 2008 to train to run a half marathon.  I chose the Pittsburgh Marathon, held on May 3, as my target race.  For anyo...
  • What if the finish line isn’t what we expect?
    on Jun 18, 2009
    I'm a runner.  Not a very fast one, mind you, but I like to run.  Prodded by a few friends, I got the idea late in 2008 to train to run a half marathon.  I chose the Pittsburgh Marathon, held on May 3, as my target race.  For anyo...
  • Jail Software Integration Woes
    on May 13, 2009
    In today's climate, integration of the Offender Management System to external products is becoming a central theme to all OMS installations. Unfortunately every integration project has its own quirks and problems to overcome, and rarely are integrati...
  • Jail Software Integration Woes
    on May 13, 2009
    In today's climate, integration of the Offender Management System to external products is becoming a central theme to all OMS installations. Unfortunately every integration project has its own quirks and problems to overcome, and rarely are integrati...
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