Information Security (IS)
IS provides the processes and technology to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of County information systems. The Information Security organizational unit focuses on information security policies, governance, and compliance, while enabling business operations.
Management Services (MS)
Management Services provides all OET financial and human resources services, along with other administrative support. This includes budgeting, procurement, and personnel related activities.
Advanced Services (AS)
Advanced Services strives to exceed customer expectations by providing quality, responsive and cost-effective Business Analysis, Enterprise Architecture, Applications Development and Customer Support that enable Maricopa County departments to be successful in achieving their respective missions. Advanced Services is also responsible for customer-facing services associated with daily operations and the delivery of high-quality and efficient support to all customers of OET, including service desk and desktop support.
Infrastructure & Communication (ICT)
ICT provides the foundation for business operations through technology. The foundation is comprised of a comprehensive data network that connects 255 physical locations on the County network. In addition to the data network that is becoming a converged data/voice network, ICT provides telephone services to the majority of the County’s 14,500 employees. Another key aspect of the foundation and ICT’s services are data center operations where the County’s enterprise server, storage, and backup systems reside. Finally, ICT provides the public safety wireless radio systems used to support critical functions including radios used by officers within the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Animal Care and Control, Facilities Management Department, and Adult Probation Department.
Geographic Information Services (GIS)
GIS services are used for integrating, storing, editing, analyzing, sharing, and displaying geographically-referenced information. GIS technology is used in a variety of mission-critical areas including scientific investigations, resource management, asset management, environmental impact assessment, development planning, general cartography, and floodplain mapping.
Strategic Planning & Business Alignment (SPBA)
SPBA provides leadership for the development of the long-term strategic plan, customer engagement, and business integration services that support business innovation for the Departments we serve and County partners. Additionally, SPBA is responsible for the overall management of OET’s Project Management Office (PMO).