Information Technology Advisory Committee 2017 Meetings

November 15, 2017 Rules & Policy Subcommittee Meeting

October 27, 2017 Meeting

October 10, 2017 Meeting

September 27, 2017 Action by Email

Proposed action by email between meetings under rule 10.75(o) will consider by email action whether to recommend that the Judicial Council approve amendments to California Rules of Court, rules 2.250, 2.251, 2.252, 2.253, 2.254, 2.255, 2.256, 2.257, and 2.259.

September 11, 2017 Action by Email

The Chief Justice directed the Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) to report on the feasibility and resources necessary to pilot three technology innovations recommended by the Futures Commission: remote appearances for most noncriminal court proceedings; voice-to-text language interpretation services at court filing, service counters, and in self-help centers; and intelligent chat technology to provide self-help services. As a first step, workplans were developed to implement the recommendations. The workplans are due by September 29, 2017, pending approval from ITAC and the Judicial Council Technology Committee (JCTC).

The Committee will consider whether to recommend that the workplans for the Futures Commission Directives be approved by the Judicial Council Technology Committee (JCTC).

September 6, 2017 Joint Appellate Technology Subcommittee Meeting

August 7, 2017 Meeting

June 9, 2017 Meeting

May 31, 2017 Joint Appellate Technology Subcommittee Meeting (Teleconference)

May 23, 2017 ITAC Rules and Policy Subcommittee and CSCAC Unlimited Case and Complex Litigation Subcommittee Joint Meeting

May 19, 2017 Action by Email

Proposed action by email between meetings under rule 10.75(o) will consider whether to recommend that two initial funding requests (IFRs)/Concepts move forward and develop into full budget concept proposals (BCPs). A BCP is a proposal to change the level of service or funding sources for activities authorized by the Legislature, or to propose new program activities not currently authorized. IFRs/Concepts are the first step in the BCP development process and provide an overview and vision for a potential BCPs. Due to timing constraints, the committee’s voting on these IFRs/Concepts will take place via action by email. The first IFR/Concept proposes to request funds for a Self-Represented Litigants Statewide E-Services Solution. The second IFR/Concept proposes to request funds for a statewide Single Sign-On Solution (i.e., Identity Management solution).

May 5, 2017 Meeting

March 17, 2017 Meeting

February 6, 2017 Action By Email

January 23, 2017 Action By Email

January 19, 2017 ITAC Rules & Public Subcommittee and CSCAC Unlimited Case & Complex Litigation Subcommittee Joint Meeting

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