The Digital Services Intake team held a two-day county workshop with Los Angeles, Ventura, Butte, Fresno and Yolo counties here in Sacramento. One of the primary goals of the workshop was to develop and mock up the investigations conclusion page and the investigations dashboard for CWS-NS.
The team spent the morning story boarding and working out potential page views for the investigations conclusion page. Then the team broke into two groups with one developing page prototypes and the other writing real world scenarios to test against the prototypes. The two groups later reconvened and walked through the scenario using mocked up screens. This lead to some very valuable discussion between the teams and the ability to modify and improve the proposed pages on the spot. This design-build process allows counties and the project team to work collaboratively on real world scenarios that meet the needs of social workers and supervisors based on how they work today. This process also lets us identify where there are duplications of effort and reduce redundancies whenever possible. Please click here to view the team’s presentation materials.
Child Welfare Digital Services will host a Quarterly Stakeholder Forum on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
This all-day event will be held onsite at the CWDS campus at 2870 Gateway Oaks Drive in Sacramento as well as via video conference. The agenda will include a general session with a project update and multiple presentations by CWDS digital service teams.
On July 11, 2017, the Child Welfare Digital Services project hosted a quarterly forum for stakeholders to follow the state’s progress to replace the legacy system used by county case workers across California. A portion of this video recording was inaudible and not published. See the complete presentation slide deck here.
Child Welfare Digital Services will host a Quarterly Stakeholder Forum on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
This all-day event will be held onsite at the CWDS campus at 2870 Gateway Oaks Drive in Sacramento as well as via video conference. The agenda will include a general session with a project update and multiple breakout sessions presented by CWDS digital service teams.
To join the main session’s WebEx instance, click this link on July 11th.
On Monday, June 12, Child Welfare Digital Services (CWDS) and the California Office of Systems Integration (OSI) hosted a brown bag lunch with 18F co-founder and 2013 Presidential Innovation Fellow Robert L. Read, PhD, an expert in agile methodology in government. Watch an hour-long video of the presentation online: