Floyd County Superior Court Clerk Barbara Penson has strongly urged Floyd County Commissioners to help get her office new case management software. Penson said that the current software here office uses is over 20 years old and has numerous issues plus the fact that no one services it any longer.
Penson told commissioners that the state would fund the full cost of installation and pay for its first year of license.
The new program would allow anyone with internet access and a license to pull case files.
Penson said that a 2013 SPLOST would pay for the next two years of licensing.
The issue at hand is that the county would have to place funds in the yearly budget to after year three. Penson estimates that the yearly cost would be between $100,000 and $140,000.