Orange County Selects TDEC for Vital Records Data Entry

BETHESDA, MD, August 7, 2018 –The Orange County Clerk of Courts (OCCC) has awarded TDEC a contract to annotate Marriage License images so they can be quickly searched and retrieved.

“Right now, these historical marriage licenses aren’t digitally searchable,” said TDEC President R. Dennis DuFour. “Through this contract, we will be able to eliminate a labor intensive process for OCCC.”

The OCCC has half a million marriage license images that experienced data entry clerks will annotate. Once this is completed, the OCCC will be able to search for these licenses more efficiently. While this is TDEC’s first contract with the OCCC, the company performed vital records data entry and scanning for the Florida Department of Health for 7 years.

About OCCC
The Orange County Clerk of Courts serves the residents and visitors of Orange County, FL. The OCCC is the custodian of court records for the 9th Judicial Circuit Court. OCCC maintains more than 41 million digital court documents as well as millions of paper records.

August 17, 2018