Information Technology

Information Technology

View of The City of Unalaska, Alaska with mountains in the backgroud

The Deadliest Catch City Implements GIS

The City of Unalaska, Alaska focuses their enterprise GIS solution on infrastructure and asset management, including electric, water, wastewater and stormwater systems, and parcel management.

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View from up high of a snowy town street. Truckee, CA uses GIS.

Truckee, CA Implements GIS

California Town Implements GIS.

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A snowy Town of Snowmass at night with lights glowing in the dusk. The town uses GIS.

Snowmass, CO: GIS Integration

Vacation Paradise Begins Comprehensive GIS Program.

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Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. Aerial view of tax parcels for tax assessors using GIS.

Florida City Uses GIS for Utilities

GIS for Small Municipalities.

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Server room for the enterprise Architecture design and information technology.

Typically, Information Technology (IT) departments serve other departments through a series of services that includes integrating computer systems, coordinating and providing training, negotiating and managing innovation and technology related contracts, developing and maintaining infrastructure, supporting client workstations and software, and technology assistance and support.

In regards to training, it is not uncommon that IT only has the manpower and skill sets to train beginner users on technology, such as Tempest, SAP, HubMap, and social media tools. IT creates the technological environment that enables employees to quickly access vital information using the most efficient and cost effective system hardware and software. Striving to provide leadership, professional direction, expertise and assistance for any information technology needs, the IT department is integral in leading an organization’s technological growth.