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Leadership and Vision

12/15/2016 10:26:00 AM

Gus Gentner and WinCo DoIT has successfully managed many technology projects for internal and external government users. While some of these projects are more expensive and complex than others – on time and on budget have been the outcomes. Some of these projects have included but are not limited to: bidirectional data exchange of offender sentencing data with the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC); Court and Case Management (CCM); Child Protection Data Collection (CPDC) application build and deployment for the Administrative Office of Illinois Courts; ready assimilation of court data by Judges; pretrial defendant notification; Voice over IP (VoIP); redundant Gigabit wireless connectivity between the North and Downtown campus; OffenderTrak (OTrak) deployment in Juvenile Detention; automated geocoding for Deputy beats; email and email archiving; IP video surveillance at RBNH, Animal Services and WCHD (Court St); Time and Attendance (labor collection); courtroom docket displays; resilient 10 Gigabit downtown network backbone; deployed public and private wireless in county buildings; deployed emergency notification system(ENS); outstanding fines and fees collections; and many more.

Project Highlights

  • $6.7M Court and Case Management implementation launched November 2010.
  • Collections initiative: Over $9.1M collected in past due Fines and Fees since January 2012.
  • Integrated Cherry Valley Police, Loves Park Police, and Corrections into Sheriff’s Records Management System.
  • Integrated Winnebago County Health Department into DoIT Support.
  • Rockford Airport: infrastructure Support for ABX Air.
  • Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) IDOC bidirectional data exchange.
  • E-warrant pilot initiated with the Sheriff and the 17th Judicial Circuit July 2016.
  • Online streaming of County Board meetings.
  • Supported ACA reporting and 1094/1095 form creation and submission.
  • Implemented new permit and tracking system (PINS).
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