Court Technology Bulletin

Thursday, June 30, 2005

NCSC Court Technology Survey

The National Center for State Courts needs your help. In preparation for the Ninth Court Technology Conference and to provide information directly to you for use in CITOC, we ask that you participate in our first comprehensive online court technology survey. As you know, technology has had a significant impact upon court operations and organization during the past decade. But there has not been a comprehensive survey to determine which and where courts have made these changes.
Our aim is to collect this information this summer, analyze it, and make it available at CTC9 and shortly thereafter online. The survey is self-compiling and so we will be able to make the full raw data set available. We believe that the subsequent report will provide you with a resource as to what courts are investing in technology. Hopefully this will assist you in connecting with courts with similar technology and plans for the future.
For those of you who are on statewide court systems, please note that your state CIO/IT director has previously been contacted. However, we still need information about your courtroom and related technology implementations.
The survey will take approximately 30-40 minutes to complete. If you wish to download a complete copy of the survey in preparation (advised), a PDF version is available.
(The online survey is no longer available.)
If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact Jim McMillan at the National Center for State Courts at jmcmillan@ncsc.dni.us

 
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