Pulaski County has renewed some court technology agreements for 2019. Last week, the commissioners approved and signed the annual equipment and database maintenance agreements with CSI, at the request of Lynn Wilder with the Clerk’s Office. “It is $10,886 for the maintenance agreement on the equipment, which includes the servers, the scanners, and such, and the database agreement is $1,520,” she explained. “This is the same as what we’ve had previously. It’s just a renewal.”
The commissioners recently decided to switch the county’s court software from CSI to Odyssey, which is used by most of the rest of the state and is available to the county for free. However, the actual switch won’t be able to take place until 2020, and several pieces of computer equipment will have replaced.