Friday, June 29, 2018

Court Component Model - A Modular Approach to Court Applications

You've likely already heard about the Court Component Model (CCM). If not, please take a look at this JTC Resource Bulletin. It provides a great introduction to the model.

The Court Component Model has garnered much attention in recent months from courts and solution providers alike. It provides a relatively simple way of looking at logical groupings of functional capabilities specific to a court business function. Each grouping of capabilities can be implemented as a component that operates independently of other components but integrates with them via well-defined, standards-based interfaces.

Representatives from the JTC, NCSC, CITOC and IJIS are collaborating on defining the scope of each component and development of interface standards for select, priority components.

Over the coming weeks and months, we'll be posting articles from some of our colleagues and CCM collaborators. They will share different perspectives and ways the Court Component Model can be applied in support of development and/or implementation of court applications.

Feel free to join in on the conversation by providing feedback to posted articles or by emailing ideas for articles or new components.

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