CMA has a long track record of serving state Child Welfare Agencies. Child Welfare business processes rely on a strong foundation of person-to-person casework, supported by quality, timely data organized for access into an instinctive decision support system.
Our user-driven approach supports Child Welfare workers in both their office and field work processes. Our goal is to help our clients ensure the highest degree of service provided to the public.
CMA did, in cooperation with Texas, pioneer the development of tablet-based mobile systems and in Java-based development of fully web-enabled Child Welfare systems.
mCPS (mobile Child Protective Services) and mRPI (mobile Resource/Provider Inspection) document everything you can capture on your device, working on handheld devices like smartphones and tablets, as well as laptops.
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) chose CMA to complete the requirements gathering, planning, detailed design, development and testing of a new TARE (Texas Adoption Resource Exchange) website.
Our approach to Child Welfare projects delivers high value at low risk, via intuitive and seamless:
Whether a project is large or small, CMA works to promote fast, reliable systems that are secure and easy-to-use.
CMA and CCWIS share many of the same goals when it comes to Child Welfare Systems. When designing Child Welfare systems, CMA focuses on user needs to help you remain focused on positive family outcomes.