Court Technology Conference Explores How Courts Can Get Funding
Friday, September 18, 2009
- Organization: National Center on State Courts
Williamsburg, Va. (September 8, 2009) — In difficult economic times, courts are learning that new technologies can be key to saving money. But how can courts invest in technology projects when funds are being pulled back? Hundreds of judges, court administrators, and technologists from around the world will explore solutions to this issue and many others at the National Center for State Courts’ upcoming Court Technology Conference — CTC 2009 — Sept. 22-24 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.
CTC is held every two years and is the largest conference in the world dedicated to court technology. More than 1,500 court professional are expected to attend the conference’s 50 education sessions and exhibit show. In addition to how to use technology to make courts more efficient, CTC 2009 also will focus on new advances in court operations, and examine the impact that new technologies have on public trust and confidence in the courts. The media is invited to attend. To learn more about the education sessions and the conference, please go to www.ncsc-ctc.org or the CTC blog at www.pluginpowerup.org.