Thursday, September 21, 2017

A Special Court Technology Procurement Workshop

A special 1 1/2 day Technology Procurement Workshop for Court Leaders and Technology Staff, Vendors, and Consultants will be presented in Phoenix, Arizona, November 7-8, 2017 at the Trial Court Education Center, Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County.

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The workshop topics include:
  • What software ownership models are suitable for a jurisdiction?
  • How can courts better manage their vendors and the technology integration process?
  • What are tips and tricks needed during phases of the procurement lifecycle from a court’s point of view and a vendor's point of view?
  • How can courts and vendors navigate the normally adversarial procurement rules to nurture a partnership?
  • What are the best ways to write requirements? Prescriptive or problem-solving? Scenarios? Components?
Sales-Neutral, Hands-On, Proven Ways to Navigate Procurement of All Kinds of Court Technology

Participants will work with seasoned, knowledgeable faculty experts, along with procurement authorities from courts in a variety of states who have established expertise.

Prior to attending, participants (or teams) will be required to write a brief problem statement about their specific procurement issues and complete a short questionnaire to assist faculty in understanding their issues and facilitate the development of action plans to guide solutions.

Registration Information

Workshop Registration: Please contact Alisa Kim, NCSC Court Services by email at

Workshop capacity is limited, so register now.

Courts are encouraged to bring teams as possible.

Please note that this workshop does not qualify for ICM Certification.

Additional Logistical & Planning Information
  • Participants must make their own lodging and transportation arrangements. Contact Alisa Kim for a list of downtown Phoenix hotels with government rates near the Trial Court Education Center.
  • Free parking is available at the Maricopa County Jackson Street Parking Ramp near the Education Center.
  • Seminar begins at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, November 7, and adjourns at 12 noon on Wednesday, November 8.
  • A continental breakfast, working lunch, and workshop refreshments will be provided.
Cost is $395 per attendee

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