Macon Department of Information & Technology (IT)
The Department of Information & Technology (IT) is responsible for providing the City of Macon government with proactive leadership in citywide Information, Communications, and Telecommunications technologies. The mission and vision of the City of Macon IT department establishes a clear and consistent approach to implementing and maintaining the information and communications technology infrastructure in support of the city’s present environment and future direction. The primary responsibilities incorporate providing and maintaining the city’s complex data and communications network infrastructures, enterprise applications; and in ensuring the security of the city’s information and data processes.
IT works collaboratively with city leadership and all city departments to ensure that the city is supported by appropriate levels of information technology services, and coordinates with departments on a variety of plans for meeting their present and future technology needs. Reporting to the Honorable Mayor Robert Reichert, and under the direction of Information & Technology Officer, Stephen Masteller, - IT oversees the day-to-day operations of these vital technologies for city government.
The City of Macon IT department deploys centralized and decentralized information technology, communications, and telecommunications staffs that maintain and deliver the city’s services respective to these technologies.
IT must strategically balance the citywide infrastructure and technology needs with the individual priorities and concerns of our Mayor, CAO, and all city departments. Additionally, IT proactively apprises city management, departments, and staff of changing technologies. These new technologies can potentially be beneficial and prudent technological advancements for possible deployment within city departments towards enhancing technology throughout the city
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:30pm
Telephone Number: (478)751-7245
200 Cherry St. Suite 222
Macon, GA 31201