PAO receives 2014 Technology Achievement Award
The Prosecuting Attorney’s Office (PAO) has been presented with King County’s 2014 Technology Achievement Award for a technology project that delivers value.
The PAO’s new computer system for case management, called PbK, was fully installed and implemented last year. The project was the result of the hard work on the part of attorneys and staff in the office who put in a lot of long hours getting the system ready for implementation.
The extraordinary effort of the team led to the completion of the project on time and under budget. Assistant Chief Deputy (MRJC) Dan Clark and Strategic Program Manager Kassie Tadsen oversaw the project. Congratulations to the PbK team!
Above: The PAO’s PbK team and the 2014 Technology Achievement Award. From L-R: Erin Ehlert, Ann Summers, Elaine Pauly, Ann Westberg, Cheryl Woods, Elizabeth Mazich, Craig Haynes, Dan Clark, Kassie Tadsen, and Val Epperson. Not pictured are team members Wynne Brame, Maureen Galloway and Cammy Hendrix.
(Excerpted from The Prosecutor’s Post, May 21, 2014)