Promoting Efficient Inter-Agency Technology Needs Assessment, Planning, Collaboration and Evaluation
The ATJ Board Technology Committee promotes efficient inter-agency technology needs assessment, planning, collaboration and evaluation.
JusticeNet: As members of JusticeNet, the ATJ Board is a partner in implementing EdLab Group's Communities Connect Project. Specifically, the JusticeNet component creates public computing centers in justice system locations. The project was awarded an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant, from the Broadband Technology Opportunity Program (BTOP) of the Department of Commerce National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA).
Access to Justice Technology Priniciples: The Committee oversees the implementation of the ATJ Technology Principles. The Principles are established by Order of the Washington Supreme Court.
Brian Rowe Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project
Read the Access to Justice Technology Principles
Tools to help you apply the ATJ Technology Principles
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