Some people have a hard time with change, but we are confident most of you won’t have any trouble with the improvements coming to INcite this year. As part of a project to rebuild INcite using more current technical specifications, we have completely revamped the look and feel of the site to provide a more user-friendly experience.
This week, Rush County became the 50th Indiana county to begin using JTAC’s Marriage License e-File system, developed in partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana State Library.
These 50 counties account for over 34% of all licenses issued statewide, and to date they have used the e-File system, which is part of the INcite portal, to file more than 19,700 marriage licenses electronically. That is 19,700 pieces of paper that don’t need to be mailed to and processed by the Indiana State Department of Health.
2008 – Year in Review. On December 9, JTAC made its final 2008 presentation to the monthly stakeholders meeting held at our office in Indianapolis.
The presentation highlights the milestones in court technology that have been reached this year, including the beginning of the second phase of Odyssey CMS implementation, the growing use of the public access website, new modules and enhancements to Odyssey, and advances related to JTAC’s many other technology projects.
JTAC staff visits courts all over Indiana, and whether they are there to install the Odyssey Case Management System, e-tickets, our Protection Order Registry or another program, they look at how court and clerk staff do their jobs. As we work with local courts, we often learn how working on one issue can help solve another.
Earlier this year, JTAC received a letter of support from the Clerk’s Association for the purpose of applying for a grant to enhance the Marriage License eFiling application. Due in part to your support, we received notification in April that the grant was awarded. The grant funds will be used to enhance the system in two specific ways.