Project management, UX, UI, and configuration and deployment of hardware solutions for Legal Access Kiosks.
The Virtual Court Access Project (“VCAP”) is a project of Texas Legal Services Center (“TLSC”) to design, develop, and deploy Legal Access Kiosks at community centers (public libraries, law libraries, community colleges, etc.) so that low-income Texans can safely and reliably access and attend their online legal hearings.
A Legal Access Kiosk (“LAK”) is a station that has all the necessary equipment (computer, web camera, scanner, desk, chair, etc.) and support a user might need to attend a remote hearing, including technical, legal, and practical day of support.
TLSC seeks proposals from a firm skilled in project management, UX, UI, and configuration and deployment of hardware solutions in the field to meet these objectives.
TLSC may seek to contract with selected firm for annual IT maintenance, support, and ongoing project management.
Please contact Elliott Fontenette for additional information and a detailed request for proposal at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-477-6000 x109.
Founded in 1977, Texas Legal Services Center is a nonprofit organization that provides legal advice, advocacy, representation, and education to underserved people across the state. With more than a dozen practice areas, our work touches almost every aspect of civil law that impacts low-income Texans.