The Office of Information and Technology supports, develops and manages all technology, and also supports research and evaluation efforts. Through the strategic management of resources and information systems, this office commits to creating solutions that improve services through technology.
The Office of Information and Technology has three primary functions:
Supporting computer hardware, software, networking and infrastructure needs by providing technical services, support, security, training and troubleshooting services.
Research and Development
Working with Sheriff’s Office staff, the county’s Information Services Department, other agencies and organizations and vendors to increase information sharing, develop applications and produce timely, accurate and reliable information, reports and systems.
Technology Project Management
Providing guidance and management for technology projects and development efforts by collaborating with Sheriff’s Office staff and partners and providing training on best practices in project management.