Developing Intake Technology for CA Child Welfare System

Comptia World – April 2017

The first functional piece of the state’s innovative new human services platform, the technology will aid county welfare workers as they investigate allegations of child abuse, neglect and exploitation. That’s no small task considering California has nearly 25,000 case workers.

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Rethinking Federal Grants Management: From Oversight to Insight

Government Executive – February 2016

Working closely with frontline workers as well as state program managers in Indiana, the Foundation launched Casebook to design, test and refine an electronic notebook and data system that caseworkers like and that also generates information useful to supervisors, program managers and, eventually, researchers and policymakers.

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Casebook wins Code for America’s Technology Award for building family-centered case management system

Huffington Post – January 2016

The award, given in partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs, recognizes Casebook, a software that works for caseworkers, providing them with the tools and support they need to better serve children and families.

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The Technology We Need to Protect Children: 21st Century Citizen Services

Forbes – April 2014

“Consider the trailblazing example of Indiana’s Department of Child Services, whose performance had long been hampered by the state’s old child-welfare case-management system and the technology on which it was based. Two years ago, state officials created a new integrated child-welfare information system, MaGIK, using a case-management application called Casebook.”

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