On February 15, 2011, Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe, Inc., the lead agency for child welfare in Miami, Florida, and the Keys announced it had adopted the use of a “digital pen” device to reduce the paperwork burden related to juvenile court documents, which account for nearly half of all required paperwork in the foster care system. The device, marketed by Annoto, enables Children’s Legal Services (CLS) attorneys to electronically update and transmit status documents to children’s casefiles. While in court, using a pre-filled paper form . . .
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