DAs replace VINE with NMSAVIN

May 16, 2012 • Local News

NMSAVIN, or New Mexico State Automated Information Network, was launched Monday. SAVIN replaces the old contracted VINE system. “This system offers significant savings, in excess of $500,000 annually statewide. The VINE service is an excellent system but very expensive. By creating our own in-house system, we can do it cheaper and don’t have to pay ongoing annual fees,” said District Attorney Janetta Hicks.

The SAVIN system is a joint effort between the administrative offices of the District Attorneys and the District Attorneys Association. Hicks has been a Login to read more

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