The Future of Court Technology

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David Glab
Senior IT Manager

The Superior Court has approved and implemented a five-year Information Technology Strategic Plan to update and improve technologies focusing on people, processes and technologies. Core technologies that will be focused on include: Document Management Systems, Case Management Systems, Critical Infrastructure and Electronic filing.

Technology, Leadership, Planning and Standards

The five-year Information Technology Strategic Plan is designed to align with core operational needs of the court and leverage technologies to mitigate the continuing economic strain on court resources. Court IT will work closely with operations, executives and judiciary at a strategic level to create tactical plans to address operational challenges.

Court IT will collaborate with other statewide Superior Court IT Departments to find synergies, shared services and governance standards to help share the financial load and move to a shared vision of an electronic court.

E-Court technologies, such as electronic documents, citations and filings will improve collaboration with the Bar Association and key agencies to ensure continued access to justice for the public.

Electronic Filing

One of the first projects the Superior Court will implement is upgrading the current electronic filing system that supports complex litigation cases, and expand this ability to all civil cases. By expanding the ability to use electronic filing to additional case types, the court will be able to save resources and time in adjudication. This technology will also allow the court to leverage current collaborative technologies in Office 2013, Windows 8 and virtual desktops. It will aid in better collaboration with justice partners and reduce the need for printed documents.

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