2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Michael Haas

 

Name: Michael Haas
Title: Chief, Online Services and Operations Unit, Criminal Justice Information Services Division, FBI
Agency/Company: Justice Department

Sharing crime data. Haas established and expanded Justice’s Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information, which gives American Indian tribes access to national crime information systems for civil and criminal purposes. He assembled a diverse team that drew on its experience in information systems, tribal law enforcement, and sex offender registration and notification systems to break a long-standing impasse that was putting communities at risk. Haas has shown tremendous dedication to the TAP mission and ensures that tribes have the same access as other law enforcement agencies to the crime information data they need to protect their communities.

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