Information Technology Department

 

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide continually improving technology and data in a secure, reliable, integrated, cost effective, and efficient way to enhance the effectiveness of county government.

 

Vision Statement:
Our vision is to innovatively implement on demand technology and data for critical government services to improve the quality of life for the citizens of our county.

 

Operational Philosophy: 
The department operates through four main divisions: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Telecommunications, Systems and Networks, and Applications. We are driven by the needs of our customers, and the critical technical services inherent in county government. We are committed to a team approach for the delivery of quality services to our customers and to safeguarding the technology resources entrusted to us. We strive to deliver the highest level of services in a planned yet timely, cost effective, professional and courteous manner. The need of our customers to accomplish their respective mission is of paramount importance and the requirements for technical support continue at an increasing pace. As our customers redefine their needs and processes, Information Technology must be flexible and innovative. In order to do this, proper planning and coordination must ensure sufficient resources are allocated in order to implement standardized solutions. Solutions must leverage the use of networked resources to the fullest extent in order to benefit the user and the mission. This approach integrates county computing and network resources as a single enterprise, reducing the duplication of effort and cost. This continually improving management of technology and data in a coherent, organized effort is necessary to ensure limited money, resources, and time are wisely allocated to provide effective government and improve the quality of life for the citizens of our county. 

 

The IT Department operates through four main divisions:

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