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Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO)

The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for helping establish the vision, strategy, direction, guidelines, policies, planning, coordination, and oversight for information technology for all of the agencies of our city/county government. The CIO reports to the city and county executives and works will all departments and elected officials to assist in identifying needs and implementing IT solutions that benefit as many city/county departments as possible.

The CIO ensures information technology services provided to the city and county agencies are enabling them to serve the public in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

Vision

Computer Service strives to be a partner with its customers by having a deep understanding of their business and providing enterprise-minded technology leadership that results in innovative solutions using experienced resources to get the job done.  
 

Mission

Provide leadership in the selection, development and deployment of information technology (IT) resources throughout the city of Evansville and Vanderburgh county that meet the IT needs of the City and County.
 

Key Objectives

To continuously improve the delivery of technology services to customers, ensuring availability and reliability by:
  • Working with the elected officials, City-County department heads and customers to identify technology projects, and provide support and input for the successful development and deployment of strategic IT projects.
  • Promoting the sharing of technology resources and practices within government offices to maximize collaboration and minimize the duplication of costs and efforts.
  • Facilitating a commitment to the physical and cyber security of people, facilities and information as it relates to technology.
  • Working with all levels of City-County government to improve the level of IT services.
  • Ensuring the availability and reliability of technology services for City-County government.
  • Developing and managing a joint IT budget and submit funding recommendations to the City-County fiscal bodies.
  • Managing day to day operations regarding IT for the Computer Services department and its managed core infrastructure and services