The programming arm of our team consists of two full-time database programmers that both work on independent project tasking. As a group, these two individuals are responsible for taking offline tracking systems and Access / Excel databases and web enabling them in a format that is easily accessible to our client base while at the same time ensuring a better look and feel as well as an overall user-friendly GUI. In addition to transitioning older tracking systems to more modern online based format, the DHR Project programming team also develops new applications from the ground up in addition to maintaining current and older applications that have been previously developed.
Major systems which have been developed by the University of Maryland DHR Project programming arm include online policy manuals, trouble ticket systems, a training signup system, laptop loaner system, inventory tracking system, training manual system (online learning) in addition to the CITS generation I as well as the newer CITS generation II interstate tracking system which is used nationwide to track Maryland Interstate cases as well as the Dashboard system. The Dashboard system analyzes and ranks case work for users statewide ensure that workers are working only cases that need to be worked. This ensures that both parents and the taxpayer are better served.