The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is responsible for providing the information backbone used by the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) to manage its business and safeguard the public. OIT uses the most effective technology available to create an integrated information framework that minimizes the effort of data collection and provides quick, accurate, and secure information to GDC staff, other law enforcement agencies, the courts, and the citizens of Georgia.
The agency's Chief Information Officer (CIO) oversees and coordinates strategic planning, technology resources and the operation of OIT as a whole. The Office of Information Technology supports over 8,200 technology users at over 200 sites.
The Technical Services section is responsible for End User Computing (Desktops/Laptops/Mobile/Tablets) and network support, equipment installation and replacement, implementation of Technical Services projects, and the operation of the Help Desk.
Enterprise Systems Development
The Enterprise Systems Development section is responsible for development and support of the agency's web-based enterprise applications, and related applications, and maintenance and support of the agency's client server applications.
The Web Services Section is responsible for development, maintenance and support of the agency's intranet portal, its public-facing web sites, and all underlying applications.
The Administration section is responsible for technical contract management, software licensing compliance, procurement and budget administration, personnel services, fleet management, space management, strategic and workforce planning, liaison with the Georgia Technology Authority, project tracking, and management of the state-wide technical inventory and technical supply warehouse operations.
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Director: Dan Brown
Contact: Kathie Jackson, 404-290-8156