James Creech, a federal tax attorney, has made available for download his article “Getting Perspective on DAWSON”, published on the Procedurally Taxing blog. The abstract is as follows:
Much has been written about the Tax Court’s new case management system from the practitioner’s point of view. While most of the articles focus on the shortfalls of the new system, such as a search function that has been “coming soon” for months on end, and the change in the way orders are published, not much has been published about how DAWSON was created from a technical point or internal Tax Court staff point of view.
A recently published set of blog posts from 18F changes that. 18F is an internal US Government technology and design consultancy group that worked on developing and implementing DAWSON. As part of 18F’s outreach they have published a three part series on the Tax Court’s case management modernization project. The first article is more of an overview of the Tax Court and the shift from the old case management system to DAWSON and the second and third articles are interviews with Jessica Marine, the Deputy Clerk of Court who oversaw the project, and Mike Marcotte the technical lead.
Click here to view James Creech’s summary of “Getting Perspective on DAWSON”
Posted by Marin Larkin, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.