North Carolina Warrant Repository System (NCAWARE)
NewSouth provided Project Management services, business analysis services, Java/J2EE programming services, database management services, and Quality Assurance Testing services for the custom design, construction, and implementation of the North Carolina Warrant Repository System (NCAWARE) for the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). NCAWARE is a statewide warrant repository that includes all criminal processes, such as warrants, magistrate orders, citations that lead to an arrest, criminal summons, orders for arrest, release orders, and appearance bonds. It also tracks information and details for all people and businesses involved in such processes (defendants, victims, witnesses, etc.). The system is currently deployed in 98 of NC’s 100 counties (rolling out to the remaining 2 by the end of 2011) and is used by more than 30,000 end-users, including all state and local law enforcement officers through personal computers in the patrol cars.
See additional details at: http://www.nccourts.org/Courts/CRS/Technology/Applications/NCAWARE/Facts.asp
Java/J2EE, JSPs, Java Script, EJBs, DB2 database, STRUTS-based common-object framework, IBM Websphere (WSAD & WAS), Eclipse, Rational Requisite Pro, Rational ClearQuest, Rational Test Manager, CVS, crystal reports. All application tiers deployed to IBM OS/390 mainframe platform, NEIM-compliant XML interfaces built between internal and external applications.
State of North Carolina’s Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN)
Worked with the State of North Carolina’s Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN) to help organize the Security Oversight Committee, develop a Charter, developed the CJIN Information Security Policies and the CJIN Network Security Standards and Guidelines. Also assisted in developing Service Level Agreement between organizations to provide firewall and VPN services.
Web-based front end to portions of the legacy Criminal System
Provided Java/J2EE development services to the NC AOC to assist in building a web-based front end to portions of the legacy Criminal System called ACIS. ACIS is a 20 year old IMS-based application that houses all of the criminal convictions and history for all criminal offenders in the State of North Carolina.