The Big Picture
"Government operates on information, particularly digital information, arguably its most important resource other than its human resources."
"Government information must be systematically and efficiently managed, just as other key resources are managed, in the interest of economical government and responsive public service”
Source: Dr. Bruce W. Dearstyne, CIO Leadership for Cities and Counties: Emerging Trends and Practices (Public Technology Institute: 2009), 23.
Information Services is responsible for the information and communication technology systems used to collect, store, manage, and deliver information that supports Littleton’s operations, management, and decision making.
Information Services is committed to the success of Littleton’s employees, citizens, businesses, and government: by working as a team in a supportive, courteous, and professional manner; by building and maintaining collaborative partnerships; and by listening, anticipating needs, and providing qualitative, timely, and innovative solutions.
Responsible for the following areas regarding citywide technology and communication systems: