This page contains links to documents and other resources that are commonly referred to in support of technology servicing the state judiciary.
FCTC Operational Procedures
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FCTC Yearly Report
Rule 2.236 directs the Commission to prepare an annual report of its activities, which shall include its recommendations for changes or additions to the technology policies or standards of Florida courts, its recommendations for setting or changing priorities among the programs within the responsibility of the commission to assist with budget resources available, its recommendations for changes to rules, statutes, regulations that affect technology in Florida courts and the work of the commission.
Technical Standards Committee
Integration is the arrangement of an organization's information systems in a way that allows them to communicate efficiently and effectively and brings together related parts into a single system. Interoperability is the ability of court systems to work together within circuits and across the state in order to advance the effective delivery of pertinent information accurately, securely, and verifiably, when and where needed. The integration and interoperability requirements are derived primarily from industry best practices and existing standards. Review the Integration & Interoperability (I&I) document
The FCTC approved the Notification of System Modification form to be aware of major modifications to current systems or the implementation of new systems that affect the judiciary. If you make such changes, please complete the form and email it to Lakisha Hall.
FCTC-Approved Envelope Data Elements for Electronic Filing
The Florida Courts Technology Commission approved the following data elements for the statewide e-filing portal. The data elements identify the necessary information to initiate a case filing or file a document in an already existing case. The envelope data elements for civil divisions encompass Circuit Civil, County Civil, Juvenile Dependency, Family, and Probate cases. The envelope data elements for the criminal divisions cover Circuit Criminal, County Criminal, Criminal Traffic, Civil Traffic, and Juvenile Delinquency cases; the criminal and traffic data elements are also defined based on filer role. If you have questions or require additional information on the approved data elements, please use the links at the bottom of this page to contact Lakisha Hall.
If you require additional information please use the links below to contact Lakisha Hall.
Upcoming Meetings & Materials
The next FCTC meeting is scheduled for August 1-2, 2013.
George Edgecomb Courthouse
Judicial Conference Room, 6th Floor
800 East Twiggs Street
Tampa, FL 33602
Please contact Jeaninne Moore or Lakisha Hall for additional information.
Past FCTC Meeting Minutes
To request materials from a past FCTC meeting, please contact: Lakisha Hall