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Systems Analyst Programmer - Lead
Ref No.: 17-01371
Location: Annapolis, Maryland
Client name: Maryland Judiciary Administrative Office of the Courts (Client)
Location: 2661 Riva Road, Suite 900, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Duration: 12 Months

 

Job Description:
The Client is soliciting proposals to procure the services of three Systems Analysts Programmers:
  • Systems Analyst Programmer – LEAD PROGRESS Programming Circuit Court Case Management, all related Modules and Integration Services
  • Systems Analyst Programmer- Senior Systems Analyst/Programmer – PROGRESS Analysis conversion analysis and programming for Court Case Management Modernization and Statewide Public Web Access to Court data
  • Systems Analyst Programmer - DBA/Sr. Programmer/Analyst – PROGRESS Programming Services UCS Accounting Module
 
2.5.2 Resource One:
LEAD PROGRESS Programming Circuit Court Case Management, all related Modules and Integration Services
2.5.2.1 Projects
JIS requires the services of a CR to complete tasks for the following projects:
 
2.5.2.1.1 PROGRESS Programing service to support the ongoing maintenance for Civil, Criminal and Juvenile UCS modules statewide:
  • Ad hoc reporting and system maintenance;
  • Provide analysis and programming services for continued maintenance and support of circuit court Statewide, as well as localized Forms/Orders, DCM Plans, for UCS CMS.
  • Lead Programmer/Analyst for Circuit Court CMS Enhancements as mandated by MD Rule and Legislation.
  • Lead Programmer/Analyst providing analysis and programming for annual requirements provided by the Judicial Council in Support of Case Flow Assessment for circuit court CMS.
  • Provide programming analysis and support for new requirements as needed across the circuit courts
  • Lead Programmer/Analyst providing ALL support for the continued implementation of MAGS Application through 2020.
  • UCS Help Desk Support
 
2.5.2.1.2 Lead Statistical Reporting for Justice Partners (ongoing);
  • Provide CJIS Reporting Analysis and programming support for current CMS
  • Work in conjunction with Interoperability TEAM providing technical as well as custom business rules for future conversions and implementation for systems modernization.
  • Provide ongoing analysis and programming support updates to CJIS/MJIS
  • Provide analysis and programming support for feed(s) to DPSCS for current CMS as mandated by changes to MD Rules and Legislation,
  • Work in conjunction with Interoperability TEAM providing technical as well as custom business rules for future conversions and implementation for systems modernization.
  • UCS Help Desk Support
 
2.5.2.1.3 Lead Support of Domestic Violence Central Repository:
  • Provide support for replication process of the circuit court CMS DV Orders and data to DVCR ORACLE system;
  • Provide PL/SQL support for DCVR data exchanges with DPSCS
 
2.5.2.1.4 Case Management COTT system conversion Howard County:
  • Provide programming services for the conversion of Civil, Juvenile and Adoption cases to UCS database.
  • Provide analysis and programming support for Washington, Calvert and Charles Legacy databases
  • Provide analysis and programming services for UCS Schema upgrade to support the process new data and UCS functional performance.
 
2.5.2.1.5 Lead Programmer Implementation of Docket Call for Circuit Court Applications:
  • Provide ALL analysis, development and programming services for "DALY Docket Call implementation throughout the Circuit Courts;
  • Provide ALL analysis, development and programming services for "DALY Docket Call for existing users throughout the Circuit Courts;
  • Provide ALL analysis and programming support of "INFAX" Docket Call for existing users throughout the Circuit Courts
  • Provide analysis and technical support to ECR TEAM for modernization of Docket Call reporting and processing for future implementations
  • Provide unit testing and integrated testing
  • UCS Help Desk Support
 
2.5.2.1.6 Ongoing Support & Maintenance for Progress after Imaging Statewide:
  • Assist DBA with the continued monitoring of all 22 databases, file extents, file sizes, database resources and database performance tuning;
  • Assist DBA with the continued development of periodic maintenance procedures; (i.e. dump/load/Index Rebuilds)
 
2.5.2.1.7 Ongoing Support MDEC Odyssey
  • Maintains and performs data extracts for circuit court CMS Conversions', utilized for data review and Production Odyssey rollouts;
  • Provides programming support and analysis for continued data extracts of circuit court, CMS information utilized for data review and Production Odyssey rollouts;
  • Provides MDEC Odyssey Support as assigned.
  • Works in conjunction with and assists support manager as well as support team members providing technical support on a daily basis.
  • Works in conjunction with and assists JIS managers as well as other JIS teams providing technical as well as business knowledge transfer on a daily basis.
  • Provides the ability to develop, enhance and support Custom Tokens for MDEC Odyssey CMS, as well as provide assistance for other developers
  • MDEC Odyssey Help Desk Support Experience/Skills Required
 
2.5.2.2 Expertise/ Skills Requirements
  • Five years' experience programming in PROGRESS 4GL XWIN environment.
  • 3 years current technical experience PROGRESS versions 6 thru 7x Database
Administration
  • 3-4 years' experience working with UNIX (AIX).
  • Windows
  • Strong analytical and programming skills of Case Management Systems.
  • Experience with UNIX/AIX based, large scale applications.
  • Microsoft Access Database experience
  • ORACLE database and tools
  • SQL, PL/SQL
  • Java Script
  • XML
  • FTP
  • Excellent teamwork skills a must
 
2.5.2.3 Expertise/ Skills Preferred
  • ¿ Court Case Management application experience
 
2.5.2.4 Education
  • Bachelor's Degree in an IT related field from an accredited college or university, or 5+ years' experience programming in PROGRESS 4GL XWIN environment and 3+ years' in PROGRESS version 6 through 7.3x database administration may substitute for the Bachelor's degree.
 
Note:
  • Candidate must have prior experience working with Judiciary or Courts
  • 3 References Required