Information Technology

  • Software & Technologies - manages and coordinates City-wide business applications, such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Collaboration tools, and enterprise document management systems.
  • Governance - creates and implements City-wide IT policies, procedures, and standards; develops the City-wide IT Strategic Plan and ensures IT strategies align with and support the City's business strategies and goals; develops and manages agreements for IT services with REJIS, St. Louis County and other IT vendors; and manages Internal Controls for IT in the areas of system access and procurement of IT goods and services.
  • Security - manages and ensures the security and safety of the City's computing resources by creating, implementing, and enforcing IT security policies, procedures, and standards; performs random and planned system audits; educates City employees about cyber security (internal and external threats); and performs electronic discovery (eDiscovery) in compliance with Missouri Sunshine Law requests and in response to subpoenas or internal investigations.
  • Technology Operations & Centralized Services - manages the services for the City-wide Help Desk, Desktop, and Mobile Support; manages enterprise messaging (Microsoft Exchange/Outlook) services, file/print services, network directory administration, and IT asset management services.
  • Budget - coordinates and manages the development of the annual City-wide IT budget, jointly with the Finance Department and the Office of the City Administrator; negotiates service rates with vendors; monitors and manages ongoing City-wide IT service costs versus budget.
  • Web Services - provides oversight and direction for the applications and tools used throughout the City to deliver Internet/Intranet services to City employees and the public; ensures vendor support and maintenance of the City's web server infrastructure; develops and implements City-wide policies and processes related to development and maintenance of the City's websites and web applications; ensures the City's websites meet requirements of Title II of the ADA and 508 Federal guidelines and other best practices for usability and easy access to City government information and services; provides citizen support and responds to citizen requests for information as it pertains to the City's public website.
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) - The mission of the City of Chesterfield's Mapping/GIS group is to develop and implement an effective citywide GIS for use by residents and City staff. Accomplishing this goal involves enhancing data collected and then representing the data spatially. in a variety of interactive maps and applications.
    In addition, auxiliary data sources are integrated such as scanned documents, aerial photos, St. Louis County assessor's data, etc.
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Matthew Haug
Director Information Technology