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Intake workers needed for CIR testing.

The DC Bar Foundation is committed to making sure DC residents have equal access to justice. With that as one of our top priorities, we are spearheading a Coordinated Intake and Referral (CIR) System to streamline access to legal services for DC residents.


DC currently has more than 60 legal services providers, so it can be a daunting process trying to locate a provider who can help you navigate a very complex legal system. CIR will be a user-centered system that will give DC residents an efficient and seamless way to find and be

connected to legal services providers in the District. Because this is a user-centered system, it is imperative that we get feedback from legal services organizations on its design. We are currently looking for intake workers who would be interested in participating in our user testing sessions.


What you need to know about being a system tester:


  • It will be held virtually through Zoom.

  • Testing will take place in late January and early February.

  • Participants can expect to be in their session for approximately one hour.

  • You will have a complete user experience as an intake worker, so you will test out how

  • to input information, make updates, and other key functions.

  • Based on your feedback and experience, we will identify any enhancements that might

  • Be needed to make the system easier to use.


If you are interested in being a participant, fill out the online form.


Please note: Signing up does not guarantee that you will be selected. If selected, you will

receive an email in the coming weeks. If you are not selected, you may receive an email at a

later date for other chances to participate.


Thank you for your interest in helping us build the Coordinated Intake and Referral System. Our

goal is to make sure that this system is user-centered, and your participation will help us in

making that happen.


If you have any questions, please send us an email at innovation@dcbarfoundation.org.

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