Glenn Marchi Titled CIO of Orange County, N.Y.

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Glenn Marchi Titled CIO of Orange County, N.Y.
Glenn Marchi Titled CIO of Orange County, N.Y.

Marchi worked for Dutchess County for seven years. In recent remarks, Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus lauded Marchi’s experience.

Glenn Marchi, the new CIO of Orange County, N.Y., previously led the Office of Central and Information Services in neighboring Dutchess County, N.Y.

Orange County is developing a new Department of Information Technology, which county officials aim to complete in the coming months, according to an announcement. Both counties lie just north of New York City, near the state’s border with Connecticut.

Marchi worked for Dutchess County for seven years. In recent remarks, Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus lauded Marchi’s experience.

“I am delighted that Glenn, with his extensive experience, will be joining County Government in this critical role.” “He brings a wealth of experience driving innovative technology transformations and is well-regarded by his peers across New York State,” Neuhaus said. “Glenn will play an important role in advancing our long-term strategic growth priorities and delivering services to our employees and residents.” He possesses the necessary leadership abilities, charisma, vision, and expertise in county government to successfully lead the IT Department.”

Marchi will be in charge of leading the IT department and designing, planning, and implementing Orange County’s IT strategy.

Their duties include “overseeing IT service management for IT systems and data centers, infrastructure modernization, application support, cloud computing, service level agreements, and directing continuous business improvement,” according to a report.

He will also be responsible for “administering” information security functions and practices,” as well as assessing compliance, implementing security learning programs, conveying threat intelligence, and prioritizing security investments.

Other areas of emphasis include data and data security. He will “monitor efforts to improve data-driven decision-making behaviors, including data security, data quality, and use of self-service analytics technologies, while establishing the IT department’s key performance indicators, communicating risks and issues, prioritizing improvement areas, and overseeing continuous improvement plans,” according to the report.

According to Justin Rodriguez, assistant to the county executive for communications and media relations in Orange County, no deputy CIO has yet been named.

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