Oakland County, Michigan/Information Technology

Information Technology

Oakland County's Department of Information Technology (IT) plays an integral role in County operations by developing, integrating and maintaining innovative technology programs. IT provides service to all units of County government, as well local municipalities and County-affiliated companies, organizations and individuals.

Chief Information Officer:
Phil Bertolini

About the Department

​The Department of Information Technology (IT) is a service bureau that provides IT services to 82 County divisions, more than 100 local governmental units (assessors, treasurers, law enforcement, etc.), over 50 private sector customers, and over 1,700 Access Oakland customers.

IT is responsible for over 150 major applications consisting of more than 8,000 programs and provides systems support, maintenance, enhancements, and new development for all major systems applications.

 Featured

​Cloud computing is an evolutionary step forward in the County’s strategic plan for the continued provisioning of applications and data services, both internally and to other governments through G2G Cloud Solutions.

Cloud Computing Strategy

 Spotlight On

​Find out how Oakland County's Department of Information Technology plans for better services to support the County's short and long-term goals through their IT Master Plan and the IT Strategic Plan.

IT Master Plan

IT Strategic Plan