Mobile, AL Municipal Court Case Study

The Challenge

Prior to AI4Govt’s software, defense attorneys could only email motions to the court.  There was nothing in place to notice receipt of the motion. The opposing counsel and the judge did not receive an electronic copy. When an order is entered, counsel did not receive notice of said order.  Counsel could not view motions and orders, or any other documents related to the case except for those they file. The current system can be unduly burdensome in that the clerks were responsible for notifying attorneys of court dates and orders rather than the attorneys getting an electronic notice.  Attorneys were unable to see court documents online except for those they may have filed.  If an attorney needed a copy of a document, the attorney had to make a request to the clerk’s office.  The clerk had to manually locate the filed document and provide a paper or electronic copy.  This results in excessive staff time, missed notifications, unprepared counsel, trial delays, and a lack of confidence in the professionalism, integrity, fairness, and efficiency of Mobile’s Municipal Court.

The Solution

AI4Govt integrated Tyler Technologies Incode Court Management System and Tyler Technologies Content Management System with the court’s existing workflows. Attorneys use AI4Govt’s workflow automation and data connector software behind the scenes to submit motions to the court. AI4Govt’s software automatically dispatch motions to the corresponding court clerks to review based on the workflow created by the admin. Clerks review, approve and reject motions. AI4Govt’s software saves all documents in the court’s Tyler Technologies file repository and notifies attorneys and judges of further actions.

The Result

AI4Govt’s workflow automation and data connector software helped Mobile, AL Municipal court deliver better and faster services despite staffing shortages. Mobile, AL employees are afforded more time to spend interacting with constituents. Check out what municipal court director, Deborah McGowin, says about AI4Govt!

Department of Treasury awards AI4Govt with a contract for data innovations

October 3rd, 2020 – AI4Govt announced today that it was selected to Phase 1 of a four-year, $6.95M contract by the Department of Treasury (DoT). AI4Govt will create a new collaborative data insights platform for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other federal agencies.

“We are excited to work alongside the IRS and other agencies to unlock data, regardless of form or location, and apply advance analytics to save our government valuable time and resources.”

A primary activity for IRS acquisition professionals is estimating and negotiating costs and prices for contracts. There is a significant amount of data provided by government entities in this arena as well as a significant amount of data generated by private entities. Maximizing the use of existing data will result in better acquisition planning, improved contract negotiations, and lower taxpayer costs.

The top three priorities are:

1) Automate the analysis of multiple data sets in an easy-to-use, plug and play tool,

2) Promote use by government personnel while learning from users.

3) Achieve near-term and incremental improvements in the data sets, along with an increasing depth of analysis.

About AI4Govt:

AI4Govt offers data solutions for government agencies with the most complex and sensitive data needs. AI4Govt’s products connect, transform, and learn from any data environment to intuitively offer custom experiences to its users.

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