The Justice Management Institute (JMI) provides project management services to justice system stakeholders for IT development projects. The JMI project management team can provide third-party oversight or direct owner representation. Large development projects require close monitoring of contract compliance, schedules, milestones and deliverables and change management.
JMI utilizes a rigorous methodology for managing IT projects including document and release management, regular strategic and detailed reporting cycles, a project library and cost controls.
IT application development project management. JMI offers project management across the following IT development lifecycle steps:
- IT project planning
- Business process and gap analysis
- Business requirements documentation
- System specifications
- Storyboarding, wireframes and mockups
- Data conversion and migration
- System testing
- User acceptance testing
- Post implementation support
IT infrastructure project management. JMI offers project management for infrastructure planning and implementation projects. Typically, IT infrastructure is installed early in the fitout process and then intensively as the owner prepares for occupancy and migration of existing network and user hardware and software. In courthouses, unique challenges include almost-zero downtime, with fast-track installation and testing processes.
19th Judicial District Court, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Tim Dibble, Vice President of JMI, provided information technology infrastructure planning and specifications for new 300,000 s.f. courthouse, including network infrastructure, wireless and cellular networks, integration into municipal and wide area networks, NCIC network integration, digital telephony, data, surveillance, security and access control, and courtroom technologies.
Maryland Judiciary Caseflow Assessment Application, Annapolis, MD
Tim Dibble, Vice President of JMI, provided design, development, rollout, and hosting of browser-based statewide assessment (business intelligence) application for all Maryland trial courts and casetypes. The application extracts data from 17 different case management systems in order to measure performance against Maryland caseflow time standards. Functionality includes quality control forms to match and correct data with hardcopy case files for 11 case types. The application has been in continuous use since 2002. Version 3.0 was turned over to the Maryland Judiciary for hosting in 2005.