Auriga developed a drug testing system for Rhode Island Department of Corrections (RIDOC).
Rhode Island Department of Corrections (RIDOC) is a state agency that contributes to public safety by maintaining a balanced correctional system of institutional and community programs that provide a range of control and rehabilitative options for criminal offenders.
Drug Testing System (DTS) is a web-based/PDA application designed to automate the selection (random, for cause, treatment), collection, transfer/tracking, testing, sanctions, and treatment design processes related to substance abuse testing of inmates within a state wide corrections system. The DTS greatly enhances overall process increasing accuracy, saving time, managing chain of custody, and reducing risk of corruption. DTS readily integrates into existing back end systems allowing for real time status reporting at all stages of process.
- Turn-key full life cycle development, including design and implementation from scratch
- Automated selection (random, for cause, treatment), collection, transfer/tracking, testing, sanctions, and treatment design processes
- Integration with existing back-end systems
- Real time status reporting at all stages of process
Tools and technologies: MS Internet Explorer, XML/XSL, Palm OS-powered Symbol 1700 handheld, Java application; Apache Tomcat (development mode), Sybase Enterprise Application Server (production mode), Servlets, Java beans, SOAP Web services; Oracle 8i
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