For immediate release: Oct. 27, 2009
For further information contact:
Winnie Comfort / Tammy Kendig
Judiciary Seeks Information on E-filing Product
The New Jersey Judiciary is in the process of researching the marketplace for products and services that can be of potential use in the New Jersey Court System’s ability to develop and implement a comprehensive electronic filing system.
On Oct. 7, the Judiciary released the final report of the Supreme Court Special Committee on Electronic Filing, which recommended that the courts explore what options might be available to expand e-filing to additional case types. As part of that effort, it has issued a request for information (RFI) to potential vendors.
The Judiciary seeks information from the vendor community on three aspects of an e-filing system, including electronic filing of documents, case processing and electronic recordation and storage of case information.
The Judiciary is using this process in order to obtain the widest array of information possible, as well as ensure that this gathering of information is conducted in an open and inclusive manner.
Respondents are asked to provide this information in accordance with the RFI document that is attached.
All questions regarding this RFI should be addressed to:
John J. Kennedy, CPPO, C.P.M.
Chief, Purchase and Property Unit
NJ Administrative Office of the Courts
25 W. Market Street
Trenton, NJ 08525