Tim Dupuis, Alameda County’s Chief Information Officer, has been named CIO of the Year for Local Government by e.Republic, publisher of Government Technology magazine and GovTech.com. The award was presented last week at the 2016 California Public Sector CIO Academy, the premier leadership event for California’s senior level technology executives.
In his three years as Alameda County CIO, Dupuis has focused on using technology to enhance, encourage, and increase Alameda County’s citizen engagement efforts through innovation and creativity.
In that short time, Dupuis has helped to transform Alameda County’s Information Technology Department (ITD) into a progressive organization with a start-up feel that is at the forefront of efforts to change the way the County does business with the community and its employees.
ITD staff is proud of the achievements under Tim’s leadership. Congratulations Tim for this well-earned recognition!
California Public Sector CIO Academy Honors Innovative IT Leaders, govtech.com