More Awards for the Electronic Court File
5 August 2016
The five awards received acknowledge the Court's excellence in digital transformation, user focus, records management and business efficiencies.
National Association of Court Management
The Electronic Court File (ECF) and e Services strategy was recognised as one of the top ten Court Technology Solutions globally by the National Association of Court Management at its 2016 annual conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. NACM is an American- based organisation with more than 1700 members from the United States and other countries.
In July 2015, the Court was presented with the Rob Barnett Award for Excellence in Records Management by the Records and Information Management Professional Australasia (RIMPA), ACT Branch.
In August 2015, the Court was presented with two awards at the Melbourne Conference of RIMPA: the J Eddis Linton Award in the categories of Innovation and Business Benefit.
Award for Digital Excellence (medium size agency category)
The Court also took out the National Archives Award for Digital Excellence in May 2015. A case study detailing the objectives, execution and outcomes of the project is available on the National Archives of Australia’s website.
From left: Megan O'Brien (ECF Communications Analyst, Federal Court), Warwick Soden (CEO & Registrar, Federal Court), David Fricker (Director-General, NAA) [Photo: Jennifer Everart, NAA]