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Judicial Council of California

The Judicial Council of California says about 177,000 people have filed MyCitations requests to cut their fines by an average of $277, totaling about $49 million in reductions.
With less than a week remaining to introduce new bills, state lawmakers continue to release proposed legislation scrutinizing artificial intelligence.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, technology has helped the state’s judicial system broaden access for defendants and litigants, says California’s chief justice, Patricia Guerrero.
The state courts entity seeks qualified vendors with expertise in information security, cybersecurity, IT and security governance, risk management, compliance and reporting, and program management.
The Judicial Council of California has issued a request for proposals for the shift. Vendors’ questions about the project are due by April 3, and the deadline for proposals is April 25.
In a request for information, the state council wants to hear from vendors about potentially moving to a new solution.
This is the last week for Gov. Gavin Newsom to approve or veto bills sent to his desk by lawmakers, and several recently signed new laws have relevance to IT vendors and government.
The state of California wants to hear from IT companies capable of providing a software system to one of its many entities.
Cyd Harrell’s “wealth of experience in government technology and user-centered design will help us strengthen and transform how we connect services directly to people,” said City Administrator Carmen Chu.
“The Judicial Council has made substantial progress in its procurement and payment policies and practices,” the California State Auditor reports. “In our most recent audits, the Judicial Council has consistently implemented all recommendations. As a result, the Judicial Council has strengthened its procurement and payment policies and practices.”
Several bills signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom would provide funding for technology modernization and bring some additional oversight.
The Judicial Council of California has issued a Request for Proposals seeking qualified systems integrators to upgrade an existing system and move it off-prem.
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