Presentation on theme: "Presented by Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts JIS Today and Tomorrow Doug Ford, JES Manager February 2007."— Presentation transcript:
Presented by Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts JIS Today and Tomorrow Doug Ford, JES Manager February 2007
c Then and Now 25 years ago AOC at leading edge of court technology Today AOC is behind the curve with outdated systems and isolated data The need Integrated case management system (CMS) for all courts with seamless vertical and horizontal data access
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)
c JIS CPU Two “balanced” IBM Mainframe computers Redundant systems Backup power sources
c JIS RAM 7 Terabytes of working memory
c JIS Today Problems Integrity of data Multiple dissimilar JIS tools Case migration Outdated programs and technologies
c JIS Today THE BIG QUESTION: BUILD OR BUY?
c Build PROS Complete control Design Code Maintain Revise Support CONS Development Time Cost Ongoing IT costs Cost of technology changes
c Buy PROS Faster implementation Broad base of users System “evolves” Ongoing vendor support & service CONS Upfront costs Less customization Vendor dependent
c Process to date Gartner consultants Focus groups As-is study To-be study Gap analysis Visits to Nevada & Minnesota Created & deployed RFQ & RFP
c What next? RFP scoring Selection (top 2-3) Proof of Concept (~April) 30 days Court reps AOC reps Real case data / Real operations
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
c What next? Training Conversion Implementation (done by 6/2011) World Peace Questions?
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