Electronic filing (e-filing) is the creation, submission, sharing, and accessing of structured digital documents or forms via online channels. Paper documents are converted to Extensible Markup Language (XML) digital files that can be read by both machines and humans. Electronic submission permits the court to make documents available through the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system.
I have worked at Extract for four-months now, and my knowledge of Government entities, document classification, indexing, and data redaction has far exceeded my wildest expectations. Next week you will not find me behind my computer at my desk in Madison, WI, but rather attending the PRIA 2017 Winter Symposium to sponge up even more knowledge of how the Extract Systems Platform can be beneficial for any Land or Property Recorders offices in counties across the nation.
Security issues vary between organizations based on numerous factors that should be analyzed and assessed regularly in preparation for security threats, vulnerabilities and risks. The following are threats, vulnerabilities and risks relating to the processing of electronic documents for e-recording.
Last month in Las Vegas court professionals and technology providers converged for eCourts 2016. To see videos from the conference please visit the eCourts website. There were a lot of great presentations, but one in particular sums up the rapidly changing pace of technology in the courts – Courts Disrupted.
Counties are continually tasked to do more with less. Leveraging technology to improve the speed and accuracy of providing access to documents is absolutely critical. Extract’s technologies can help you achieve streamlined workflows and increase the speed of auto-indexing or redaction projects whether it is integrated with your existing systems, a new system, or utilized as standalone solutions. Using cutting-edge technologies, these solutions easily scale to handle single departments, countywide implementations or large historical projects.
In this interview with Jeff Thigpen, he expresses how his office continually assess business practices based on available technology to serve customers effectively and efficiently. They replaced a 23-year-old computer system; implemented e-recording; redacted social security numbers and personal information; created an online marriage application and are implementing a program for online requests for birth, death, and marriage certificates.