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1 Presented by Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts JIS Today and Tomorrow Doug Ford, JES Manager February 2007

2 c Then and Now  25 years ago  AOC at leading edge of court technology  Today  AOC is behind the curve with outdated systems and isolated data  The need  Integrated case management system (CMS) for all courts with seamless vertical and horizontal data access

3 c JIS Factoids  JIS database  1,779,121,635 rows of data in 289 tables  7,000,000 persons  Occupies ~32,000,000,000 bytes  27,000,000 reads / writes daily (8hr = 850 per second)

4 c JIS CPU  Two “balanced” IBM Mainframe computers  Redundant systems  Backup power sources

5 c JIS RAM  7 Terabytes of working memory

6 c JIS Today  Problems  Integrity of data  Multiple dissimilar JIS tools  Case migration  Outdated programs and technologies

7 c JIS Today  THE BIG QUESTION:  BUILD OR BUY?

8 c Build  PROS  Complete control  Design  Code  Maintain  Revise  Support  CONS  Development  Time  Cost  Ongoing IT costs  Cost of technology changes

9 c Buy  PROS  Faster implementation  Broad base of users  System “evolves”  Ongoing vendor support & service  CONS  Upfront costs  Less customization  Vendor dependent

10 c Process to date  Gartner consultants  Focus groups  As-is study  To-be study  Gap analysis  Visits to Nevada & Minnesota  Created & deployed RFQ & RFP

11 c What next?  RFP scoring  Selection (top 2-3)  Proof of Concept (~April)  30 days  Court reps  AOC reps  Real case data / Real operations

12 c What next?  Decision in June  Courts, not AOC!  Business Process Engineering  Court & AOC staff  Improve efficiency and effectiveness of court business practices  Proof of Implementation

13 c What next?  Training  Conversion  Implementation (done by 6/2011)  World Peace  Questions?

14 Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts 1206 Quince St SE P O Box 41170 Olympia, WA 98504-1170 (360) 753-3365FAX: (360) 586-8869 Contact Information


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