Sensitization on Automated Case Management and Tracking system

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MOUNTAIN
KINGDOM, LESOTHO
Case Management
System
Presented by Ramochela
Lesotho Case Management
System
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Introduction of Automated Case
Management and tracking system
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Missing files
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Forum shopping
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Backlog of case on individuals
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Difficult to trace physical
movement
Lesotho Case Management
System
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To enhance and improve justice
system in Lesotho
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Baseline for daily support of
business operation and functions
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Virtually impossible to have a
workable business environment that
is not underpinned by technology
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To empower dispensation of justice
in time
SUSTAINBILITY
 Refining
continuously
 Advance training
 Capacitated the IT Officers
on Databases and Networks
 Commitment by GoL
CMS SUPPORTJUDUCIARY’S
BUSINESS PROCESSES
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Automated CMS – enquires, register,
manage, schedule
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Payment module – surety, bail etc
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Reports
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Time bound
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Accelerate case processing time
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Automatic allocation - ownership of case
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User credentials are mandatory
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Cost effective system
CMS CONFORMS TO BEST
PRACTISES
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Judiciary’s IT infrastructure is intended to
lead to a highly centralized and standardized
network – LGDN
Reliable, Efficient, Secure
Agile, User friendly
This approach will minimize the technological
complexity and environmental costs thus
ensure predictable JUSTICE delivery
IT infrastructure will be adjusted – to ensure
they are on track towards attaining Goal etc.
NETWORK ADHERE TO
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Formal standard network – Cat 6
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Best industrial practices
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Certified Network
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Cloud based application delivery
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Secure network: Iron-port broswering /emails, 2
firewall, Check point, Cisco works, Citrix gateway
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Network – ring network topology
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Two ISP for reliability and efficiency
OBJECTIVE OF AUTOMATED
CMS
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Quality data
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Accurate records
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Consistent records
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Timely and comprehensive reporting
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Accessible – 24/7
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Complete data
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Readily available
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Information on finger tips, with one button
click
GENERIC OBJECTIVE
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Improve efficiency and effectiveness
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Better client service delivery
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Case flow management and tracking
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Better Court management and enhancing of staff
capabilities
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Increased use of online services –citrix
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Networked community
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Equitable distribution of work
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Deliver more with less
THE SUPPORT RECEIVED BY
CSM
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MCA-L
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GoL
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EU
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TRAINED STAFF
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APPLICATION SUPPORT OFFICERS (APPLICATIONS
TEAM)
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ICT TEAM
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Standard Operating Procedures
LESSON LEARNT
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Management involvement
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Stakeholders ownership
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UAT
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UAC
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System testing
CMS METRICS
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CMS piloted at 3 Courts
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Users +/- 150
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Magistrates Court 867
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High Court 513
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Commercial Court 133
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Roll out to other districts
LONG TERM REQUIREMENTS
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efiling
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Kiosks
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Backup Site
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Digital court recording
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Digital display screen
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Integrate with other applications
systems/agency
END OF PRESENTATION
THANK
YOU FOR
YOUR TIME