System Design and Development (1/15/22):
Technical development on the initial set of case management components (e.g., application intake/review, enrollment, etc.) has begun. Requirements gathering for additional components (e.g., attendance, screening/assessment, etc.) is underway.
Stakeholder Testing (12/15/21):
The public-facing application portal was released for testing by KITS Advisory Group members and other invited stakeholders (e.g., family members).
System Testing (09/20/21):
Internal project team testing on the first developed component of KITS, the public-facing application portal, has begun.
Project Overview Flyer (06/29/21):
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SC First Steps KITS
KITS (Knowledge, Information, and Teaming System) is an online program and case management system designed to support the implementation and monitoring of South Carolina First Steps local partnership and 4K programs. KITS will be used by teams of state staff, local program administrators, practitioners, and families to address a variety of program and case data management needs.
Meet the Team
The AnLar team focus will be on building SC First Steps KITS as a customized and easy-to-use IT System around South Carolina’s First Steps processes (rather than forcing teams into a prefabricated system). This approach is possible because of our experienced IT developers, content experts, and project management staff that have significant experience with building customized solutions for public agencies and private industry. From project management and IT design to knowledge of program requirements, from coding and testing to maintenance and training, our AnLar team will support all aspects of the SC First Steps KITS project.
Who Is AnLar?
AnLar focuses on education reform efforts at the district, state, and national level, providing distinct services to agencies to support their needs. AnLar strongly believes in the balance of focus on content expertise and experience, combined with robust and modernized data systems. AnLar’s five core service areas are technical assistance (TA), Information Technology (IT) data systems, research and evaluation, communication and design, and government process improvement.