In a move to ensure District Court is making the best use of technology and ensure that court technology is as user friendly and practical as possible, a Technology Improvement Committee has been formed. The goals are to identify problems, and to develop and implement potential solutions/modifications/upgrades. An email address has been established to receive input from users at ESolutionImprovements@clarkcountycourts.us. Those who have ideas for improvements or questions about existing systems are encouraged to convey their thoughts to the technology committee through the email. The first committee meeting was held on Aug. 18. The next meeting will be held Oct. 26.
“I encourage those who have ideas, issues, question or concerns, to email their thoughts, so that they can be addressed by the committee. The court wants to optimize results from innovation and eliminate any shortfalls or challenges encountered by users,” said District Court Chief Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez.
The committee is made up of a cross-section of participants including: Mike Carman, Frank Cofer, Mike Doan, Kathy England, Rhonda Forsberg, Steve Grierson, Chris Lalli, Natasha Landrum, Kris O’Conner, George Ogilvie, Daren Richards, Mark Schwartzamd Brandi Wendel.