Boston CIO Heads For Massachusetts Trial CourtBoston CIO Heads For Massachusetts Trial Court
Craig Burlingame will oversee the development of MassCourts, the Trial Court's major computerization initiative.
May 11, 2004
Boston CIO Craig Burlingame will assume on June 7 the same position with the Massachusetts Trial Court, an organization that oversees all trial courts in the state. In his new post, Burlingame, who will report to Robert Mulligan, chief justice for administration and management, will oversee the development of MassCourts, the Trial Court's major computerization initiative, as well as provide strategic direction and implement policies for IT operations and develop IT programs, and provide coordination between the court systems and the executive branch.
Before becoming Boston's CIO, the Cape Cod native served as CIO at the state's Public Safety department, worked in several major positions in state government: director of the Criminal History Systems Board, which operates the statewide criminal-justice data center; and assistant commissioner for IT at the Social Services department. Burlingame chaired the state's Criminal Records Improvement Task Force and the Statewide Emergency Telecommunications Board, which was responsible for emergency 911 operations in the state. He also served as the state's gubernatorial representative to Search, the national criminal justice policy consortium.
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