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All departments within the City of Asheville are operating. Information Technology Services is working hard to support a distributed city-wide workforce by providing the tools and training necessary to help staff perform their duties safely and effectively.

This is an evolving situation. Our partners in Buncombe County are a great resource for the latest information on our community’s COVID-19 response. To receive emergency texts directly from Buncombe County for breaking health and safety news text BCALERT on your smartphone to 888-777. Sign up for AVL Alerts online for information from the City of Asheville.

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Information Technology Services (ITS) is made up of three divisions:

  • Operations is responsible for security, infrastructure, sustainability, service reliability, data quality, and communication systems. Operations is also the first point of contact for people with ITS questions and problems.  You can reach them by calling (828) 251-4000.
  • Governance is a collaborative leadership team focused on managing the department’s project portfolio and services offered to the community.
  • Business and Public Technology supports and creates tools to improve decision making, increase efficiency, and support a culture of accountability, openness, and collaboration.

 

ITS strives to provide a high level of customer service by providing quality technical deliverables with professionalism and responsiveness. We adhere to principles of technical and fiscal stewardship with an end goal of a high quality of life for employees and citizens.

 


 

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IT Services News

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City of Asheville’s Office of Data and Performance updates community on its first 100 days of operation

  The City of Asheville’s Office of Data and Performance (ODAP) was created to increase transparency in government and to empower the community and City staff to use data for equitable outcomes, accountability, and communication. ODAP has been fully staffed for 100 days and has already been involved in a number of external and internal activities [...]

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City Council hears update on Asheville’s new Office of Data and Performance

  Money reallocated in the budget as part of Reimagining Public Safety is being reinvested into a new initiative designed to increase transparency in government and provide data-driven accountability to our community.   During their Jan. 26 meeting, staff provided an update to City Council on the City’s newly launched Office of Data and Performance. [...]

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City of Asheville to hold introduction to new Office of Data and Performance

  Community is invited to attend, ask questions   In December, the City of Asheville established the Office of Data and Performance to support a results-based, data-driven approach to the City programs and clear communication about what our programs intend to achieve, how they expect to achieve it, and how they are doing.   At 5:30 [...]