A Dependencies Tool To Assist in ATJ Strategic Planning and Use of the JFA Guidance

I am sharing, in the hope it may make the process of access to justice strategic planning both for the community at large and specifically those participating in the Justice for All RFP and associated processes, this document that is my personal take for SRLN on the relationships between the different components in the JFA Guidance.  The document clusters the components the same way the Guidance suggests at page 4 of the Strategic Action Planning Guide, which is part of the Guidance pack.  Here is the chart showing that clustering.

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I am attaching the document in both docx and pdf formats.  While I would encourage people edit this to reflect their own thoughts, and their state situation, I would ask that those modifications be noted and credited separately.

These are totally my own opinions and judgments, and no other else should be tarred with them.

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4 Responses to A Dependencies Tool To Assist in ATJ Strategic Planning and Use of the JFA Guidance

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  3. Gene Valentini says:

    Mr. Zorza
    Your note(s) for ADR Integration states “…extremely sensitive process politically.” Curious about what you think might be the issues.
    Thanks
    G Valentini

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