|Overview : |
Website application design, development, hosting, training and maintenance justice chain case portal for police, justice, judiciary and law reform commission, South Sudan
Under the Supervision of the Chief Technical Advisor, and in close collaboration with the Justice Chain Institutions, the firm will be responsible for designing and developing a user friendly and informative web application with website in the front-end.
- Design a model for a harmonized and unified case management system for the Justice Chain mentioned above based on the best practices in other countries within the region on cases and retrieval);
- Provide a framework for a unified searchable database capable of providing up-to-date information on Cases);
- Integrate the system to the existing and future website solutions.
- Provide the Transport Layer Security TLS Information Security, Thread Protection, Content Filtering, Visibility and Monitoring tools.
- Provide the licensing free and the architecture software according to the software proposed and its requirements and functionalities
- Propose software solution that must be compatible with existing and future platforms.
- Propose software solution that must be compatible with the existing applications.
- Modular Approach – The Architecture of the system should be component based where the components can be separated or integrated easily. The components must be well defined so that modules can be reused where and when required, with adoption of the Modular approach of design. The vendor must identify some of these modules and describe in his technical proposal document how this would be achieved.
- Provide In the work of the JCPortal with the following components:
- Website and search engine optimization (SEO) and social media handles for Police, Justice, Judiciary and Law Review Commission.
- Police Case Tracking management system (POLCAT)
- Case Management system (CMS) for Ministry of Justice
- Judicial Case Management System
The feasibility study report for the proposed JCPortal will be based on an analytical review of existing institutional framework, management and procedures, established guidelines, policies, protocols, processes, manuals and reports on the Justice chain institutions.
The firm will also be expected to work closely with other agencies and development partners including the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and apply participatory methods in the deployment of the system. The firm will obtain appropriate feedback and involvement, and general agreement from the institutions, identified stakeholders and thematic experts including the UNDP Chief Technical Advisor (Access to Justice and Rule of Law). The firm will present a comprehensive report on the JCPortal and present for approval as end-of assignment report.