Pulaski County government offices with technology needs will now have to find money to pay for them out of their own budgets. For the past few years, those expenses had come under the IT Department’s budget, but it was recently disbanded, after it apparently used up all its money for the year. Last week, the commissioners officially voted to have individual departments cover their own IT costs, until they can reach a long-term solution.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Election Board is gearing up for next year’s election cycle. Board members met Monday to adopt their 2018 budget proposal.
Pulaski County has a new IT director. Matt Voltz was appointed by the county commissioners Monday to replace RB Walters, who resigned in March.
The Pulaski County Commissioners may appoint a new county IT director during this morning’s meeting. They interviewed candidates last month, but decided to hold off on making a choice during their July 3 meeting. Pulaski County’s first full-time IT director, RB Walters, resigned from the position at the end of March.
Pulaski County is looking for a new IT director. RB Walters resigned from the position at the end of March. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners Monday voted to merge the county’s Microfilm Department into its IT Department. IT Director RB Walters told the commissioners the move would allow a part-time IT technician that he’s planning to hire to work in both areas. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners will consider an agreement with Purdue University for its Extension services tonight. During tonight’s commissioners meeting, updates are also expected from Sheriff Jeff Richwine and IT Director RB Walters. Continue reading
Pulaski County hopes to streamline the process for digitizing some of its documents.
During Monday night’s County Council meeting, IT Director RB Walters discussed a possible upgrade for software to streamline the work. The state of Indiana does not necessarily require documents to be digitized, but record keeping and physical storage space are pushing county practices in that direction. Continue reading
The commissioners had to hold the meeting as RB Walters left county IT service provider Degroot Technologies and he was the technician who took care of the computers at the Pulaski County Justice Center. Company officials believe he would be the best person to continue working on the computers as he is the most familiar with the processes at the jail. Degroot Technologies would continue servicing the county’s computers and the Justice Center would be handled by a separate contractor.
RB Walters from DeGroot Technology told the Pulaski County Commissioners this week that the 911 system project is going to be a bit more expensive than they had anticipated. Walters said he has received a number of change notices from CenturyLink which stated that they were making changes to their quote.