Analyze, coordinate, and implement information technology for Washington County
The Information Technology Department provides the technology leadership, system implementation, and ongoing support for a broad range of technologies used by county departments to provide quality services to our citizens, visitors, and businesses. We provide to other Washington County departments services for analyzing, planning, coordinating, developing, and implementing computer software and hardware, as well as, providing continued training and technical assistance.
Types of Support Provided
- Application Development, Implementation, Training, and Support Services
- Infrastructure Development and Support Services
- Enterprise Services
- Administration and Security
- Hardware Procurement, Implementation, and Support Services
- User Community Help Desk
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