In answer to,
a) Did the AOC ask the court to participate in the development of CCMS V2, V3, and/or V4?
b) Does the court believe that the AOC has provided sufficient opportunity for the court to be involved in the development of CCMS V2, V3, and/or V4?,
the individual courts answered as follows:
Kern, Y, N
Kings Y, Y
Stanislaus N, Y* (*Court's ambiguous response was "Yes. We would have declined the offer.")
Merced Y**, Y (**Court was invited to participate but lacked the resources to do so.)
Mariposa N, N
Madera Y**, N (**Court was invited to participate but lacked the resources to do so.)
Tulare N, N
Average maintenance cost for the Central Valley courts' current case management systems was $472,572 for FY 08/09, and $485,840 for FY 09/10.