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CACC

The Court Automation Coordinating Committee (CACC) is a standing advisory committee of the Commission on Technology (COT).  Its purpose is to coordinate planning, enhancements and implementation of automation in trial courts. Members review projects and their interrelationships on a statewide level to foster increased communication, coordination and collaboration.  CACC also may recommend technical solutions, automation priorities, or allocation of available resources.  CACC responds to recommendations regarding technical standards and approaches.





Court Automation Coordinating Committee
(CACC)

Timeline for Monthly Updates
Current Membership

Committee Archives

Upcoming Meetings Schedule


October 20, 2016
10:00 AM
State Courts Building - 230

Agenda
Materials
Minutes

November 17, 2016
10:00 AM
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes

December 22, 2016

Cancelled

January 12, 2017
10:00 AM
State Courts Building - 330


Agenda
Materials
Minutes
 
February 16, 2017
State Courts Building - 230

Agenda
Materials
Minutes
 
March 16, 2017
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes

April 20, 2017
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes
May 18, 2017
State Courts Building - 230 

Agenda
Materials
Minutes 


 June 15, 2017
State Courts Building - 230

Agenda
Materials
Minutes 


 
July 20, 2017
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes 
 
August 17, 2017
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes 

 September 14, 2017
State Courts Building - 230

Agenda
Materials
Minutes 
 
October 19, 2017
State Courts Building - 230

 Agenda
Materials
Minutes
 
November 16, 2017
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes 

 December 14, 2017
State Courts Building - 230


Agenda
Materials
Minutes 

Further Dates TBD

 

 

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