Okaloosa County offers total online access to its public records archive, thanks to Kodak

  • Government
  • Okaloosa County Clerk of Courts is seeing increased dependence on the Internet for access to clerk file and registry, marriage and probate records.
  • In response to Constituent demand all archives film-based format must be digitized while preserving records integrity.
Services Provided by Kodak


  • Internet-based County Records Systems architecture and requirements
  • Media handling, preservation and conversion techniques


  • Image capture
  • Image processing and enhancement
  • Standardized image file output with associated retrieval indices


  • Quality process control for management of official public records
  • DVDs with indices for direct import in to the County Records Internet access system
The Bottom Line
  • Film-based archives dating from 1950 digitized and available for public access
  • Quality records that the public can rely on
  • Integrity of original public records intact
Kodak was selected because the quality of the digital files came back as strikingly detailed as the original microfilm, the fast turnaround time and Kodak's attention to detail.
"We're simply very happy with the definition and images, the turnaround, and how they pay attention to the details."
D.T. Smith
Computer Technician
Okaloosa County Clerk of Courts