The Texas Conference of Urban Counties is a non-profit organization composed of 37 member counties that represents nearly 80% of the population of Texas. The Urban Counties supports and coordinates communications among member counties, studies policies and programs of the State of Texas that affect urban counties, advocates county issues, primarily at the state level, and provides training and education programs appropriate for urban county officials.
TechShare provides opportunities for counties to collaborate on technology projects and to share information resources. TechShare projects are mutual efforts where participants save money by sharing the cost of research and development. Projects can produce applications, systems, or other technology assets owned by the Urban Counties and available to all members.
Join us for a discussion on how Dallas, Midland, Potter, Tarrant and Travis Counties are collaborating on the TechShare Prosecutor initiative, which builds upon the initial work already completed by Tarrant County as part of its integrated criminal justice project.
Moderator: Hon. Glen Whitley, County Judge, Tarrant County, Texas
- Mr. Charles Gray, TechShare Program Director, Texas Conference of Urban Counties
- Mr. Craig Morrissey, IT Justice Systems Architect, Dallas County, Texas
- Mr. Christopher Nchopa-‐Ayafor, Chief Information Officer, Tarrant County, Texas