Information Technology Department
To successfully integrate people, process and technology by fostering partnerships and consistently delivering solutions that serve as the foundation of City operations.
We promote technology to improve economic development, social growth and efficiencies in the delivery of City services as a basic citizen expectation.
Gail M. Roper
Chief Information and Community Relations Officer
Information Technology Initiatives and Projects
The Raleigh Connected initiative seeks to promote economic growth and digital inclusion through workforce training and widespread Internet access.
Digital Connectors is a national movement of young people dedicated to improving themselves and their communities through technology and community service.
Raleigh Convention Center Technology
Open Raleigh is a listing of open data sets, web and mobile applications, and opportunities to share ideas and collaborate with the City and the Raleigh community.
Geographic Information Services
Geographic Information Services (GIS) develops and maintains online mapping applications, and maintains hundreds of layers of GIS information.
The Information Technology's Green IT program uses industry best practices to achieve maximum Green benefits in all aspects of technology operations.