The Office of the Clerk of Superior Court in Fulton County, Georgia is looking for someone to revamp their electronic data management system, according to a recent request for proposals.
The Fulton County Clerk is data manager and record keeper to a wide array of county and state agencies. It is the “hub” of the County’s justice and land records systems, interacting with stake holders ranging from the public, the legal and business communities, the Superior Court, the Office of the Tax Assessor and the Georgia Department of Corrections.
The Clerk’s office plays a vital role in enabling these governmental entities to perform their responsibilities and in facilitating the ability of litigants, property owners and other members of the public to pursue their legal rights and economic endeavors.
The new electronic data management system (EDMS) will be part of a multi-phase, enterprise-wide solution. The first phase of the overhaul will begin with the county’s Lands Record Management system. According to Fulton County documents, the current system for Land Records was developed by the Mainline Corporation, which has been used for the last ten years. The Mainline Land Records System is now being supported by Iron Data Solutions, LLC.
But ultimately, the county will have an integrated Enterprise Content Management system meant to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes.
The contract will be for a period of one year. An additional two, one-year renewal options may be available.
The RFP must be received by the Department of Purchasing and Contract Compliance of Fulton County on or before August 4, 2009 at 11:00 AM. A Pre-Proposal Conference will be held on July 22, 2009. To read the full RFP for more details, click here.