Chief Information Officer (CIO) Jean Bousquet has announced plans to retire, after nearly 30 years with the court system. Bousquet joined the courts as a court analyst in 1993. She became CCAP (Consolidated Court Automation Programs) director in 1998 and has served as CIO since 2001.
During that time, Bousquet led development and implementation of several major projects that now serve as the technology backbone of the court system, including a statewide electronic case management system, judicial dashboards, more than two dozen electronic data exchanges with business partners, and eFiling in the circuit and appellate courts. More recently, she and her team at CCAP have developed solutions to help the court system navigate its response to the pandemic and protect against cyber-attacks.