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Exhibit Acquisitions: Double Dipping is Bad (Except When It’s Good)

Posted by Andrew BoyleDecember 21, 2016 11:43:26 AM EST


There are many things that can be done to increase your effectiveness with IBIS. One of the services we offer is to have an IBIS trainer visit your site and perform an evaluation of your IBIS work and your workflow. The IBIS work evaluation would involve spot-checking a random sample set of your acquisitions to cover things such as exhibit orientation and delimiter placement to ensure that the users at your site are working according to protocol. The workflow evaluation would involve examining the manner in which the casework gets to your IBIS machine along with what happens afterwards. 

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The Habit of Solving Gun Crime Through Teamwork, Tactics, and Technology

Posted by Pete GagliardiOctober 14, 2016 6:14:43 PM EDT

Pete Gagliardi, Principal Officer at Triple Barrel Strategies, LLC


Habit - noun hab·it \ˈha-bət\


As defined by Merriam-Webster.com, can refer to: “a usual way of behaving: something that a person does often in a regular and repeated way.”


The late, great, football coach, Vince Lombardi, distilled the winning and losing of football games down to a matter of habit. Winners make a habit of doing all the right things—whether they are advancing the ball down field to score or preventing the opposition from doing the same.

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Gun Crime on the Waterfront: No Diving Please

Posted by Pete GagliardiAugust 26, 2016 8:45:32 AM EDT

Some weeks back, the media reported on President Obama’s lament following a mass murder at a community college in Oregon. He was quoted as saying: "Somehow, this has become routine. The reporting is routine. My response here at this podium ends up being routine. We become numb to this."

For far too many years now, I cannot recall one single day going by that I did not read or hear about some act of gun violence occurring somewhere in our country. Another victim, another loved one lost, another community in fear and asking – no pleading – for answers.

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Topics: gun debate, gun crime, Stop Crime, Solve Crime

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