The Louisiana Courts have issued the following notice:
The purpose of this RFP is to solicit proposals for procurement of a Microsoft Sequel Server integrated adult court case management system entitled “The Louisiana Court Connection” to be administered by the Louisiana Supreme Court Judicial Administrator’s Office CMIS Division. The intent of the Louisiana Court Connection is to provide Louisiana city courts with an effective means of managing civil, traffic, criminal, probation (special sentencing), appeals, and court services data and provide financial tracking of court furnished fines and fees, case scheduling, document indexing and preservation, standard form and report generation, and ad-hoc query functional capabilities. Software development for the Louisiana Court Connection will be acquired through competitive contract negotiations on a fixed fee basis.
The complete RFP is posted on the Court’s website (www.lasc.org). Paper copies of the RFP can be obtained by contacting:
Carmelitte Venturella Louisiana Supreme Court Office of the Judicial Administrator CMIS Division 400 Royal Street, Suite 1190 New Orleans, Louisiana 70130-8101 (504) 310-2571 FAX (504) 310-2570 Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
TechRepublic recently published an article titled Project management 101--the case for project management by Tom Mochal. There are many books and articles on the subject of making a case for project management, but this is a brief article that gets right to the point. Every project (especially IT projects) will have risks to manage and unexpected problems to deal with. You can deal with these issues in a haphazard or reactive mode or you can deal with them in a proactive and controlled manner. I’m betting the latter is what most of us would want.