Judicial Technology and Automation Committee
Division of State Court Administration
30 S. Meridian Street, Ste. 500
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Director and Counsel for Trial Court Technology
The Indiana Supreme Court established its Judicial Technology and Automation Committee (JTAC) in 1999 in recognition of the growing impact of modern computer technology and innovation on the business of the judiciary and the need for uniform policies on implementation of information technology within the Indiana judicial system. More about JTAC »
The Adult Guardianship Office announces the development of the online guardianship registry that has been deployed in several pilot counties, including Warren, Fountain, Lawrence, and Hendricks. The registry provides access to non-confidential information on guardianship cases in these counties.
In May, the Indiana Supreme Court announced it was moving away from paper and going to a statewide e-filing system for court information. The first step is for the Division of State Court Administration to seek competitive bids for an e-filing manager. That manager will be required to work with multiple e-filing service providers statewide. The Division will coordinate the process, including certification of those providers. By having multiple providers, litigants will have filing choices.