Changes for Justice (C4J) Project

Recent Activities

Case Tracking System Roadmap Development

The USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) Project facilitated the first focus group discussion (FGD) on the Roadmap for the Case Tracking System (CTS) on 22–24 October. The FGD identified reforms needed for developing the CTS further in the future, sustaining implementation of the CTS, and supporting organizational performance management and human resource management. The Roadmap is being developed with reference to the Supreme Court’s Reform Blueprint vision for development of IT through 2019 to set future benchmarks for development and implementation of the CTS.

22 Oct 2014 - 24 Oct 2014

Development of Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Case Tracking System

In cooperation with the Case Management Working Group and Badilum, the USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) Project facilitated focus group discussions (FGDs) on standard operating procedures (SOPs) for automated courts on 14–17 October. The FGDs have successfully completed the SOPs for civil case administration up to the cassation level. All civil and criminal processes will be completed by the beginning of 2015. The latest discussion was attended by representatives from the Directorate General for the General Courts (Badillum), chief judges, deputy chief judges, judges, acting registrars, registrars, and information technology (IT) staff of various district courts.

14 Oct 2014 - 31 Oct 2014

Coordination with the Supreme Court on Supervision Training Program

In cooperation with the Supreme Court Training Agency, the USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) Project is developing and piloting a new supervision training program.  The support has included identifying training needs through interviews with court representatives and other counterparts, and development of the training modules by subcontractor Lembaga Independensi Peradilan (LeIP). C4J facilitated a focus group discussion (FGDs) on 13 October, and conducted a training convention on 17 October to finalize the training modules. The Supervision Training was successfully held on 20-24 October (Batch I), and 27-31 October (Batch II) under the leadership of the Training Agency. The new supervision program focuses on equipping the high courts to monitor, evaluate, and supervise first instance courts in their respective regions regularly through the Case Tracking System (CTS).

13 Oct 2014 - 31 Oct 2014

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The ELMARI Sustainability & Development Program for Pusdiklat Menpim
The ELMARI Sustainability & Development Program for Pusdiklat Menpim

In today’s era of access to information and knowledge, demands have grown to provide efficient and effective training programs through E-learning.  Answering the challenge, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia and USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) Project have cooperated to blend the advantage of the internet with new training programs to and launch a Program for E-Learning Mahkamah Agung Republik Indonesia (ELMARI). Continuing the development of the ELMARI Program following its launch in May 2014, the Supreme Court Training Agency and the USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) Project held a joint content development workshop on 23-24 October 2014. The workshop was attended by Echelon II employees of the Training Agency and its Leadership…

Read More » 23 Oct 2014
Ensuring Justice through Automation
Ensuring Justice through Automation

The web-based case tracking system (CTS) automates the general district courts and appellate courts. All case data is backed up by the Supreme Court to ensure that it is safeguarded. Performance data is reviewed by the Supreme Court and appellate courts to monitor the productivity of the district courts. The implementation of the CTS has increased public access to information, modernized case management, and enhanced the transparency of Indonesia’s judiciary.  In August 2014, fire broke out at the Pasir Pangaraian District Court in Riau, burning the rooms of some of the court’s judges and registrars and some of its court records. In the past, the loss of written records was often permanent because the information was…

Read More » 06 Oct 2014
A New Age of Public Information Services in Indonesia's District Courts
A New Age of Public Information Services in Indonesia's District Courts

Not long ago, getting information about a case in Indonesia’s general courts required long efforts to find someone in the building who had both the time and the right information, and then relying on the information that the person provided. In Indonesia’s most progressive courts, it is a new age of public service. In 2012, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia adopted new public services standards. General courts have been required to implement new public information desks equipped with computers and and professional staff for quick access to court data.  The public in those courts has learned that answers are no harder to find now than the front door, and the answers come…

Read More » 06 Oct 2014
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