The four days training on The Integrated Electronic Case Management System (IECMS) is carried out at ILPD 13th to 16th November 2018. This training that is conducted by ILPD was organized in partnership, with Duteze Imbere Ubutabera (DIU) – A USAID Project funded through the Chemonics, and the Judiciary. Trainees are Court Registrars from different primary and intermediate Courts all over the country.
The web-based application is intended to ensure efficient justice services accessible from anywhere to the citizen, automatic case archiving and tracking as well as accuracy and transparency among other purposes.
The system enables advanced file keeping which prevents file damage or loss. It also helps fast sharing of information and documents between court personnel themselves, between judicial personnel and their leaders, as well as between courts and people who come up to them for services.
Last year, the Ministry of Justice’s Integrated Electronic Case Management System (IECMS) was awarded for its innovation at the prestigious Top 10 Court Technology Solutions Awards ceremony held at the National Association for Court Management annual conference in Washington, DC.