The Bureau of Technology’s organization structure was simplified in 2011 and includes three departments:
Technology Policy and Planning (009)
This department plans, develops and manages software applications and websites for other County departments to improve workflow processes so that Cook County residents’ and businesses’ needs for simple, responsive, transparent and cost-effective government administration are met.
IT Solutions and Services (016)
This department is responsible for building and maintaining a secure, flexible, dependable, technically sound, cost-effective information and communications technology infrastructure for Cook County agencies to ensure a high degree of systems availability, performance and continuity of business operations, so that Cook County residents’ and businesses’ needs for public services that depend on technology—-whether onsite, by phone, over the web, or through mobile devices—-are met.
Geographic Information Systems (545)
This department provides maintenance of and access to Cook County's enterprise geographic information system (GIS), including related hardware, software, applications, program development and training. The GIS Department delivers a high-quality, current geographic computing platform that supports the County's many location-based operations and services.
Technology, Bureau of
69 West Washington Suite 2700