Thanks David for the update. I would be glad to address any issues/concerns
and feedback from members on the automation at the Judiciary.
Josphat Karanja, *PMP®*
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a
habit.” – Aristotle
On Fri, Jul 3, 2020 at 12:05 PM David Indeje via kictanet <
> Dear listers.
> [image: image.png] >
> This week, ‘hayawi hayawi huwa’ (Anything long-anticipated comes to
> realisation) Kenya judiciary went digital with also the Office of Director
> of Public Prosecution also developed and integrated its case management and
> document tracking system to the judiciary’s Electronic Filing System.
> The judiciary disclosed that the E-filing system will generate the
> necessary impetus to fully integrate ICT into all justice processes to
> enhance efficiency.
> The Components of E-Filing include
> 1) E-Case Registration
> 2) E-payment
> 3) E-Case Search
> 4) E- Calendar
> 5) E-Service
> Listers, we also need to be cognizant that, some of the measures the
> judiciary had to adopt was as a result of Kictanet’s memorandum ‘Proposals
> to the Judiciary on the Use of Video Conferencing in Judicial Proceedings
> during the Covid-19 Pandemic.’
> Some juice from the event is that Chief Registrar disclosed that since the
> introduction of the electronic payment system in the financial year
> 2013/14, Judiciary’s revenues shot from about 500 million in the previous
> year to over 2.1 billion.
> NB: Who else is waiting to see what the Lands Ministry will emerge with
> after digitizing all land records in 66 registries by end of the year? We
> should not forget of the planned Ngong Forest evictions.
> *Kind Regards,*
> *David Indeje *
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