Courts and Counsel
California Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) — Assisted the AOC in its efforts to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the state’s 58 trial courts by enabling the automated exchange of information between the courts and their criminal justice partners.
Peoria County, Illinois — Managed the procurement and implementation of an integrated civil/criminal justice system for the circuit court, clerk, state’s attorney, probation, jail and juvenile detention.
Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (WAPA) — Performed a feasibility analysis to determine if WAPA should acquire and implement a common prosecutorial case management system (PCMS) on a statewide basis.
New Mexico Corrections Department — Currently developing a modular approach to implement open source offender management software as it is being reengineered into three-tier technologies.
Wisconsin Department of Corrections — Helped establish a project management office, assessed the current technical environment, conducted the procurement of a new Integrated Corrections System, and developed the long-range implementation plan.
New York State Integrated Justice Advisory Board — Reviewed the organizational structure and duties of the Office of Justice Information Services within the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS).
County of San Luis Obispo — Developed a plan to aid the criminal justice community in maintaining and enhancing its data integration capabilities while replacing its primary business applications.
Kansas Sentencing Commission, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council — Planned, designed, and managed the implementation of a Web-based integrated criminal justice system for the state that included a state criminal history system, a message switching system, and key local applications and information-sharing mechanisms