Supreme Court recognized for tech initiatives

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The Indiana Supreme Court has received an honorable mention in an international awards competition for its work on major technology initiatives, the court announced today.

The Information Integrity Coalition recognized the high court for its Odyssey statewide case management system, electronic protection order registry, e-citation and warning system for law enforcement, and electronic reporting of driver suspensions and convictions to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

Dave Remondini, chief deputy executive director of State Court Administration, accepted the award on behalf of the court Oct. 20 in Chicago. The Supreme Court's technology projects are developed by the Judicial Technology and Automation Committee, which is chaired by Justice Frank Sullivan, Jr.

The Information Integrity Coalition is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and understanding of information integrity. The Indiana Supreme Court was one of 66 non-profit organizations nominated for the Award of Excellence.


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