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Judicial Technology and Automation Committee

Effective November 20, 2014, the Judicial Technology and Automation Committee was retired by the Supreme Court. Court technology projects will continue under the direct supervision of the Supreme Court with leadership by Justice Steven David and Court of Appeals Judge Paul Mathias. See the press release below for more information.


News & Announcements

Supreme Court orders show priority on public safety and technology

Nov 20, 2014 | Press Release

The Indiana Supreme Court is committed to the most effective use of technology to ensure that courts operate with efficiency and fairness. To increase transparency, implement new technology, maintain court records and seamlessly share information, the Court is handing down three unanimous orders today.

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Read the liaison order »

Read the technology order »

Read the administrative rule order »


Notice of Contracting Opportunity for Statewide Electronic Filing Manager

Aug 1, 2014 | Public Notice

In May, the Indiana Supreme Court announced it was moving away from paper and going to a statewide e-filing system for court information. The first step is for the Division of State Court Administration to seek competitive bids for an e-filing manager. That manager will be required to work with multiple e-filing service providers statewide. The Division will coordinate the process, including certification of those providers. By having multiple providers, litigants will have filing choices.

View the Public Notice of Contracting Opportunity »

View the May announcement about e-filing »