Jean M. Bousquet is the chief information officer for the Wisconsin Court System. She has been with the Wisconsin Consolidated Court Automation Program (CCAP) since 1993. Over the past 20 years, Ms. Bousquet has served in many capacities at CCAP, including customer support manager and implementation and technical services manager. In 1998 she was appointed director of the Circuit Court Automation Program. In 2001 she was promoted to the position of chief information Officer for the Wisconsin Court System. She manages the development, implementation, and support of the court’s information technology systems and custom application development for the circuit and appellate courts, as well as all administrative offices of the Wisconsin Court System. Her information technology background is primarily in leading the development of custom software applications, data-sharing solutions, and management of professional staff in all aspects of information technology. She is responsible for long-term strategic IT planning, management of the court system data center, document management system, local and wide area networks, and desktop systems used throughout the judicial branch. Ms. Bousquet has a staff of 62 employees supplemented by contract programmers responsible for supporting over 3,000 computers located in over 75 locations throughout the state. During her tenure at the Wisconsin courts, she has managed the development and implementation of many successful client server and Web-based solutions.