FCCC Programs

The Association is dedicated to providing a wide range of services to Florida's Clerks of the Circuit/County Courts and their offices. These programs include:

Software Applications

Technical Assistance Program (TAP)

MyFloridaCounty.com Programs

Payment Services

Comprehensive Case Information System


Software Applications

The FACC Services Group. LLC provides software applications for child support and court case maintenance. All applications are maintained and supported by the FACC Service Center and Technical Assistance staff. These programs include:

CLERC - Child Support System

Comprehensive Case Maintenance System

CLERICUS

CLERC - Child Support System

The CLERC application was established by the Legislature in 1992 and became operational in 1994. The CLERC system provides a common application for child support and alimony processing and case maintenance. FACC designed CLERC to comply with Florida Statutes that mandated all depositories for child support be integrated. CLERC functions include: case maintenance; receipting; daily payment procedures; delinquency/judgement; warrant operations; and reporting.

For more information, contact: Melvin Cox, Director of IT or Brenda Standish, Service Center Manager.

Comprehensive Case Maintenance System

Civil Case Maintenance
Jury and Witness Management
Probate Case Maintenance
Recording and Indexing
Traffic Case Maintenance
OBTS - Offender Based Transaction System (criminal)

For more information, contact: Melvin Cox, Director of IT or Melissa Bennefield, Projects Manager.

CLERICUS

CLERICUS is a Florida-based case maintenance system developed exclusively for Florida Clerks by Florida Clerks.  CLERICUS, as the newest version of the court case system which is currently implemented in thirty-six counties in the state of Florida, will provide a state-of-art upgrade to the existing case maintenance applications supported by the FACC Services Group (FACCSG).

CLERICUS is available on a voluntary basis to any Clerk in the state of Florida. FCCC will maintain a staffing level to support all participating Clerks.

For more information and a detailed CLERICUS brochure, contact: Melvin Cox, Director of IT or Melissa Bennefield, Projects Manager.

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Technical Assistance Program (TAP)

FCCC's Technical Assistance Program (TAP) provides technical services for participating counties. These include Clerk's offices with limited in-house technical resources, Clerk's offices with a need for specialized technical services, and CCMS participants. The nature of the technical support is based on the specific needs of the individual Clerk's office.

Services include:

TAP service include systems needs assessments; upgrade and installation services for hardware, software, and networks; Internet services; onsite technical support; and FCCC Service Center technical support.

For more information and a detailed brochure, contact: Melvin Cox, Director of IT or Brenda Standish, Service Center Manager.

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MyFloridaCounty.com

The MyFloridaCounty.com provides statewide internet access to local and state government services and information maintained by Clerks of the Court/Comptroller. Services include:

Official Records Index

Child Support Inquiry and Online Payments

Traffic Citation Inquiry and Online Payments

 

Official Records Index

Official Records IndexThis egovernment initiative is the first of its kind in the nation to connect Official Records information from the entire state. Official Records are defined as those documents required or authorized to be recorded in one general series called “Official Records” at the county level. These include deeds, marriage records, judgements, etc. You can order Official Record Documents from any participating county in Florida through this website.

This system consists of a central Official Records Index (ORI) database and a website that provides index searches, a document ordering system, and links to existing Clerk's web sites.

Child Support Inquiry and Online Payments

MFC2Paying child support, whether it is done directly by a parent or through payroll deduction, has just become easier. Non-custodial parents and employers can now pay online with a credit card or direct debit from a bank account. You may also research the payment history on your case.

Services are available for all child support cases that use the Florida State Disbursement Unit (SDU) for payment purposes. Funds are electronically transferred to the custodial parent regardless of the city or county in which the person resides.

Traffic Citation Inquiry and Online Payments

MFC2The Traffic Citation Payment and Inquiry Service of MyFloridaCounty.com allows the Internet user to inquire and make payments on traffic citations. The Internet user has to provide two of the following three identifiers: Citation Number, License Number, and Date of Birth. Once they provide the correct information, they can view any open citations and make payments on those citations using a credit card.

Once a citation has been paid via the MyFloridaCounty.com portal, the Traffic Staff in the Clerk's Office receives an email notifying them of a citation being paid. They can login to a secured section of the portal to download the payment information into their local traffic application. They can also use the secured portal area for reports and financial reconciliation.

For more information on MyFloridaCounty.com programs, call 1-877-326-8689.

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Payment Services

Over the counter payments via credit card can be used for any cashiering services performed by the Clerk of Court. These include general service fees (copies, certification, and record searches), traffic citation payments, Official Records recording fees, child support payments, criminal payments, and any other payments currently received by the Clerk of Court.

Acceptable credit/debit cards for payments:

American Express
Visa
MasterCard
Discover

Clerks of the Court and county agencies desiring more detailed information on over the counter cashiering services, call 1-877-326-8689.

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flccis.com

Comprehensive Case Information System

The Comprehensive Case Information System (CCIS), developed and implemented by the Florida Clerks of the Court, is a secured internet portal providing a single point of search for statewide court case information. CCIS users are comprised of the judicial community, state and local law enforcement, state agencies, and the Florida Legislature.

For more information on flccis.com, call 1-877-326-8689.

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MyFloridaCounty Logo

The MyFloridaCounty.com website is an easy-to-use, cost-efficient way of handling transactions that would normally be handled either through the Clerks walk-in counter or mailroom. Use your credit card to make online payments.

Click on the links below to access the services which are also available en español.

Search and Order Official RecordsSearch thousands of records across counties, all in one place. Frequently ordering records? Create an account for streamlined checkout. Records can also be purchased online.

Pay Child Support
Non-custodial parents and employers can pay online with a credit card or direct debit from a bank account. Inquiry on a case’s payment history is also available online.

Pay Traffic Citations
Pay securely by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX or Discover) or debit card. Elect to attend or decline traffic school during the payment process.

MyFloridaRemit.com logo

 

Avoid the hassle of sending checks each month and pay online. Use MyFloridaRemit.com for all child support payments made using the electronic check (e-check) payment method.


MyFloridaClerks Logo

Find information about the Courts, public records, research how to file a small claims case or find an official record.

The Clerk's office performs nearly 1,000 different constitutional and statutory functions or duties, representing the broadest and most diverse mantle of responsibility of any locally elected official. Find out more about the many things we do and the many ways we can help you at MyFloridaClerks.com.

 


Florida Trust Logo

The Florida Local Government Investment Trust (Florida Trust) is a local government investment pool developed through the joint efforts of the Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers (FCCC) and the Florida Association of Counties (FAC).

Organized on December 12, 1991, the Florida Trust is designed to compliment existing investment programs by providing an investment vehicle for funds that can be invested on a short to intermediate term in securities with maturities and returns generally greater than those of money market instruments. The Florida Trust is an open ended, professionally managed fund available only to public entities in Florida.


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