TJRR is a finalist in 2 categories in national awards

Roraima Court of Justice. Photo: NUCRI/TJRR

The Roraima Court of Justice is a finalist in two categories of the Exponential Judiciary Innovation Award – 2023 Edition. In the “Exponential Leadership – Innovation Executive” category, TJRR is being represented by the coordinator of the Projects and Innovation Center (NPI), Janaine Voltolini de Oliveira, and in the “Projects/Initiatives” category, it is represented by the “Citizen Justice Program”, included in the “Innovation Laboratories” subcategory.

The award’s main objective is to recognize and promote innovative initiatives and projects in the technological, management and new methodologies sectors within the Justice Ecosystem. Furthermore, it aims to highlight social impact solutions, as well as promote and recognize leaders who stand out for their entrepreneurial profile in their institutions, including IT and innovation executives.

The competition involved more than 465 projects and initiatives registered throughout the Brazilian justice system. The J.Ex 2023 Innovation Award ceremony is scheduled for November 21, 2023, in Brasília – DF.

According to the NPI coordinator, Janaine Voltolini, participation in the J.Ex 2023 Innovation Award highlights the Roraima Court of Justice’s commitment to innovation and continuous improvement for the benefit of society and justice.

“The Court of Justice of Roraima being a finalist in two categories of a national event of the magnitude of the Exponential Judiciary Award is the result of its commitment to innovation and continuous improvement of the services offered to society and in favor of justice”, he concluded.

Voting for the Executive Innovation Award will be open to the external public once the voting registration is completed, available on the website:

The article is in Portuguese


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