Master Services Agreement Quarterly Reports

Robert Teel filed this request with the Judicial Council of California of California.
Tracking # 10027
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From: Robert Teel

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the California Public Records Act (California Government Code §§ 6250), I hereby request the following records:

Please provide all quarterly reports submitted to the Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts, as required under California Government Code Section 72010(b)(3), setting forth the number of fees collected, number of liens established, and the amount collected from previously waived fees pursuant to Section 367.6 of the Code of Civil Procedure for the period from July 1, 2011 to the present in connection with any master agreements with a vendor or vendors providing for telephone appearances in civil cases under Section 367.5 of the Code of Civil Procedure or as otherwise authorized by law.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 calendar days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,
Robert Teel

From: PAJAR

Your request (attached) has reached the "public access to judicial administrative records" (PAJAR) team at the Judicial Council of California (the Council), the policymaking body of the California courts.

This email message confirms that your request has been received and that we will respond promptly. California Rules of Court, rule 10.500 provides that in ten (10) days we provide you with a response as to whether we have a record or records responsive to your request; whether they can be disclosed; and how much may be charged for staff search and review time and the cost of duplication under rule 10.500(e)(4) and 10.500(i)(2), if applicable.

Please be advised that the California Public Records Act (CPRA) does not apply to the judicial branch (see Gov. Code, § 6252(f)). Instead, California Rules of Court, rule 10.500, “public access to judicial administrative records,” applies. Rule 10.500 is based on the CPRA. For information about the rule, the process for requesting records, and the text of the applicable rule of court, please visit www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm<http://www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm>.

Thank you for your interest in the judicial branch.

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Public Access to Judicial Administrative Records
Legal Services | Leadership Services Division
Judicial Council of California
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, California 94102-3688
415-865-7796 | PAJAR@jud.ca.gov<mailto:PAJAR@jud.ca.gov>
www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm<http://www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm>

From: PAJAR

Your request (attached) has reached the "public access to judicial administrative records" (PAJAR) team at the Judicial Council of California (the Council), policymaking body of the California courts.

We are extending our time-frame to provide you with a determination whether we possess responsive disclosable records to your request under rule 10.500(e)(8)(A) through rule 10.500(e)(8)(C) due to:

1. Our need to search and collect the requested records from multiple locations or facilities that are separate from the office processing the request;
2. Our need to search for, collect, and appropriately examine a voluminous amount of records that are included in a single request; and/or
3. Our need for consultation, which is being conducted with all practicable speed, with another judicial branch entity or other governmental agency having substantial subject matter interest in the determination of the request, or with two or more components of the judicial branch entity having substantial subject matter interest in the determination of the request.

We anticipate providing a notice of determination on or around August 4, 2017.

In the interim, please find enclosed records which are responsive to your request, but only for a portion of the entire time-frame you specified.

Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

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Public Access to Judicial Administrative Records
Legal Services | Leadership Services Division
Judicial Council of California
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, California 94102-3688
415-865-7796 | PAJAR@jud.ca.gov<mailto:PAJAR@jud.ca.gov>
www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm<http://www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm>

From: PAJAR

Your request was reviewed pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 10.500, “public access to judicial administrative records.”

The records responsive to your request are numerous and exceed the limits of our email server. The records, therefore, are provided to you via a secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) site. We have compressed and posted the documents in a .zip file on our SFTP site.

To access the SFTP site using Internet Explorer, open your internet browser and then proceed with the following steps:

1. Go to https://ftp.jud.ca.gov/.
2. The login box for the SFTP site will appear.
3. Type in the user name: pajarguest.
4. Type in the password: inforequest.
5. Your request is numbered: 10027. Click on files to be downloaded, select “Save Target As.”
6. Select location for file and click OK.

If the page does not appear or does not appear correctly, you may need to refresh the page, depending on your browser and/or network settings, as well as check your firewall settings.

To access the SFTP site using Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge, open your internet browser and then proceed with the following steps:

1. Go to ftp://ftp.jud.ca.gov/ OR https://ftp.jud.ca.gov/
2. The login box for the SFTP site will appear.
3. Type in the user name: pajarguest.
4. Type in the password: inforequest.
5. Your request is numbered: 10027. Click on the files to be downloaded.
6. Open files from pop-up box on the screen.

If the page does not appear, you may need to refresh the page, depending on your browser and/or network settings, as well as check your firewall settings.

The documents will be available for download from the SFTP site for approximately 7 to 10 days.

If our system detects that your computer or device is connecting from a malicious/unsafe server; contains potentially infected software; you initiate too many login attempts in a short period of time; and/or fail too many login attempts in a short period of time, the SFTP site will lock you out. Should this occur, you may need to contact us to reset the login information, or you may need to attempt to connect from a different computer or device.

Please note: we cannot offer specific technical assistance if you are ultimately unable to utilize the SFTP site. In which case, alternative arrangements will need to be made to provide you records such as via mail on a thumb drive or in paper format, or an in-person inspection. You will be responsible for the costs of copying, shipping, handling, and materials as applicable under rule 10.500. For an in-person inspection, you will need to make an appointment.

Thank you for your interest in the judicial branch.

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Public Access to Judicial Administrative Records
Legal Services | Leadership Services Division
Judicial Council of California
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, California 94102-3688
415-865-7796 | PAJAR@jud.ca.gov<mailto:PAJAR@jud.ca.gov>
www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm<http://www.courts.ca.gov/publicrecords.htm>

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