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"Well-managed courts make good use of Information Technology. Automation requires courts and others work more closely and at new levels of detail. This creates tension and requires superior management, delegation, and communication. The quality of technical staff is critical and the market for them makes it difficult for courts to compete. But for even highly qualified court technologists to be effective, court leaders must manage the technologists. Talented court leaders know how to blend technical staff into the court and justice system, achieve common understandings and, very importantly, ensure that technical staff service and support those who do the court's work. Budget, staff, equipment, and caseflow and other business processes must be aligned."-- Curriculum Guidline Four, National Association for Court Management
Links to related online resources are listed below. Non-digitized publications may
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Assessment of the County’s justice systems and recommendations for improving the flow of information between justice agencies.
Technology can be transformational. For courts this means involving the entire court organization, wedding technology to serious efforts at process reengineering, migrating from document to content management, and having the power to manage customer relations.
Performance dashboards are becoming the preferred way court systems and individual courts monitor, analyze, and manage their performance. They are the “face” of business intelligence designed to deliver the right information to the right people at the right
NCSC Area of Expertise.
Collaboration between courts and child welfare agencies improves outcomes for children, and electronic data exchanges support this collaboration.
Lets you find the information you need regarding GJXDM/NIEM by searching on the topic of your interest.
The CTF is being developed as a tool to provide context for existing, and identification of possible new, technology standards initiatives for the courts community.
This report gives the findings of an assessment on the Michigan Court of Appeals' case management system.
This report addresses the technology supporting the court's business operations and its readiness for enhanced automated support of operations and integration with the city and the State of Washington.
The perfect guide to all the steps essential to automating courts: planning, acquisition, development, and implementation. Publication is available for purchase through the NCSC Publications Catalog.
NIEM Wayfarer is a tool for exploring the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM). The size and intricacies of this model make it difficult to understand. NIEM Wayfarer exists to help people understand how the various pieces of the model interrelate. of the features of NIEM Wayfarer.