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Integrated Case Management System sought by Lucas County


Toledo, Nov. 3, 2014: The Board of Lucas County Commissioners, the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas, including its General Division, Domestic Relations Division, Juvenile Division and the Lucas County Corrections Center will be accepting written proposals for an Integrated Case Management System (ICMS) to support court operations.


Lucas County will be issuing a Request for Proposal for a new case management system that will provide several information systems to support court operations in the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas’ General Trial, Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court Divisions as well as the Lucas County Corrections Center.    


“The utilization of one case management system will allow all divisions of the Court of Common Pleas and the Correction Center to be fully integrated into a robust case management system that is flexible and provides the latest technologies while adapting to the future needs of the courts and corrections center”, said CMS Governance Committee Chair, J. Bernie Quilter. “Cases will complete more quickly and at less cost by the courts, resulting in money saved for Lucas County taxpayers and litigants,” expressed Quilter.


The CMS Governance Committee will be addressing the Board of Lucas County Commissioners on Monday, November 3, 2014 at 11:00 am regarding the issuance of a Request for Proposal for the new Integrated Case Management System.  The meeting will take place on the first floor of One Government Center.  The CMS Governance Committee was established to research and develop the Request for Proposal for the new case management system. 


The committee is comprised of the Honorable Gene Zmuda, Judge in the General Trial Division, the Honorable David Lewandowski, Administrative Judge of the Domestic Relations Division, the Honorable Connie Zemmelman, Judge of Juvenile Court, Carol Contrada, President of the Board of Lucas County Commissioners, Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp, and Lucas County Clerk of Courts J. Bernie Quilter, who acted as Chair of the committee. 


The committee hired the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) as a consultant for this project.  NCSC was founded over 40 years ago by the leadership of the United States courts. NCSC is a non-profit organization that provides technical assistance, training, and technology to advance justice throughout the United States of America and around the world.


The goal of this project is to provide one case management system to serve the aforementioned entities, and provide a greater level of efficiency in managing the case load of each court. Significant cost savings for both Lucas County Government and the citizens of Lucas County shall be realized through these intergovernmental agencies sharing resources and the utilization of one system to serve all divisions of the Court of Common Pleas. 


For more information, contact J. Bernie Quilter, Chairperson of the CMS Governance Committee at 419.213.4492.


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