L to R: David Baxter, Jon Greninger, Amy Powell, James Parker
This award covers all county departments and offices, as well as specific teams or work groups.
Collaborative projects are complex undertakings that may require new technologies and major changes to internal processes to achieve full benefit. Public Works ensures success by assigning appropriate resources and addressing technology concerns throughout each project. Public Works coordinates with Information Services to ensure software goes through proper review: internal reviews by project business unit(s) ensure functionality, security reviews ensure the integrity of county technology systems, and service level agreements help anticipate support needs. Recent successes include Automated Vehicle Location and Pavement Management systems (nominated for Best New Acquired Technology). Ongoing projects include Asset Maintenance Management, Timekeeping Upgrade, and Surface Water Online.