Proposed action by email between meetings under rule 10.75(o) to approve edits to the draft Court Technology Governance and Strategic Plan (including the executive summary, governance and funding model, strategic plan, and tactical plan).
Note that a previous draft of the Judicial Branch Technology Governance, Strategy, and Funding Proposal: Executive Summary (also known as the Court Technology Governance and Strategic Plan) was approved in concept by the Judicial Council at an open meeting held on January 23, 2014 and circulated for public comment from April 17 – June 16, 2014.
Note that a Judicial Council Technology Committee meeting is scheduled for the end of July 2014 to review a report to the Judicial Council regarding the Court Technology Governance and Strategic Plan. The notice, agenda, and meeting materials for the July meeting will be posted at that committee’s webpage as required under California Rules of Court, rules 10.75(e)(1) and 10.75(h).
The task force and its associate members hold teleconferences on a regular basis and provide updates to the Judicial Council.
Judicial Council Meeting
Date: Jan 23, 2014
Report for Council
Judicial Branch Technology: Budget Change Proposal Update
The Task Force is comprised of 14 Judicial Officers, Court Executive Officers, Court Information Technology Officers, and other stakeholders representing the trial and appellate courts, and the public. Additional associate members comprise the task force's Governance, Strategy, and Funding tracks.
|Hon. James E. Herman, Chair
Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara
Mr. James (Jim) R. Kalyvas
|Hon. Judith Ashmann-Gerst
Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal Second Appellate District, Division Two
|Hon. Ira R. Kaufman|
Assistant Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Plumas
|Hon. Terence L. Bruiniers
Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal First Appellate District, Division Five
Hon. Robert James Moss
|Hon. Daniel J. Buckley
Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Mr. Robert Oyung
Ms. Sherri R. Carter
|Hon. Glen M. Reiser|
Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Ventura
|Mr. Jake Chatters
Court Executive Officer of the Superior Court of California, County of Placer
|Hon. Marsha Slough|
Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
|Mr. Brian Cotta
Chief Information Officer/
Director of Technology of the Superior Court of California, County of Fresno
|Ms. Charlene Ynson|
Clerk/Administrator of the Court of Appeal Fifth Appellate District
CJER Governing Advisory Committee Liaison
|Hon. Mary Thornton House
Judge of the Superior Court of California,
County of Los Angeles
Jan 23, 2014: The task force's proposal, reviewed and approved in concept by the Judicial Council on Jan 23, to be used in support of the budget change proposal process for technology initiatives will be posted soon for public comment. Once comment is gathered and reviewed, the task force will re-submit it for final approval at a future council meeting. See council's post-meeting news release.
Following the Oct 2012 Judicial Branch Technology Summit, the Chief Justice authorized the creation of this new task force. In Feb 2013, the task force membership was announced.
This task force reports to the Judicial Council's internal Technology Committee. This task force does not implement, execute, or select solutions. It meets on a regular basis to discuss and propose structure, models, and areas of focus. This task force will terminate in 2014. Its membership is broken up into three tracks: Governance, Strategy, and Funding.
Through collaboration, initiative, and innovation on a state-wide and local level, the judicial branch adopts and uses technology to improve access to justice and provide a broader range and higher quality of services to the courts, litigants, lawyers, justice partners and the public.
The task force is to work collaboratively to define judicial branch technology governance in terms of statewide versus local decision-making, to develop a strategic plan for technology across all court levels that provides a vision and direction for technology within the branch, and to develop recommendations for a stable, long-term funding source for supporting branch technology, as well as a delineation of technology funding sources. More specifically, the task force will:
Approved Work Products:
On July 14, 2014, the Technology Planning Task Force approved the following documents, together known as the Court Technology Governance and Strategic Plan.
Feb 2013: Membership appointed by Chief Justice (news release)
Feb 27, 2013: In-person kick-off meeting held in San Francisco
Mar 18, 2013: Teleconference
Apr 23, 2013: Teleconference
Dec 2013: Process update delivered to Council (Audio + Presentation)
Jan 2014: Provide updated proposals to Council (Audio + Presentation)
April 17, 2014: Submit proposal for public comment
June 16, 2004: Close of public comment
August 2014: Submit final proposal to Council for approval
Senior Business Applications Analyst
Administrative Office of the Courts
Information Technology Services Office