Herndon, VA (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
CJIS GROUP, the leader in market intelligence in the criminal justice and public safety arena, is pleased to announce the appointment of Don Winstead as a special advisor in the area of health and human services. Mr. Winstead is the former Deputy Secretary of the Florida Department of Children and Families and former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Services Policy at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In addition, Winstead was appointed by the Governor of Florida to oversee and monitor over $26 billion in Recovery Act funding from 2009-2010.
“As we launch our coverage of technology procurements in health and human services agencies, Don brings the real world experience and expertise that differentiates CJIS GROUP from other market intelligence firms. From his years in government, Don knows how projects are funded from the federal level down to the local levels, and has the vision that will help us forecast the demand for information technology as health and human services agencies evolve over the next ten years” stated CJIS GROUP founder and President, PJ Doyle.
Winstead stated “CJIS GROUP has done a great job providing market intelligence in the criminal justice and public safety arena. I know we can have the same positive impact helping vendors understand the requirements of health and human services agencies. This is a service that is sorely needed and will expedite the development of new “infostructures” for health and human services agencies.”
CJIS GROUP is offering a limited number of “early adopter” subscriptions to its Health and Human Services product offering. For more information and a product demonstration please contact:
Dan Kerrigan, VP, Sales and Marketing, CJIS GROUP
CJIS GROUP is the leading provider of pre-RFP market intelligence regarding IT procurements in the criminal justice and public safety market in the US. Many of the largest IT vendors, as well as specialized vendors, use CJIS’s web-based market intelligence to plan their sales activities to police, fire, emergency services, courts and corrections agencies across the US.