Glenn R. Marchi, Ph.D., Commissioner
Stephen Oscarlece, Deputy Commissioner
Chris Barclay, Director of Central Services
Frank McMahon, Infrastructure Manager
Jacob Morrison, Applications Manager
OCIS administration is made up of a strong management team, and key support staff.
The role of the management team is to merge the many Computer Information Services and Central Services activities into one cohesive plan. With the constant changes in the computer industry and need for central services, we keep a keen eye on the future of technologies to set a proper direction for the County’s automation. Most importantly, OCIS management always keeps in mind that our department’s role is as a service organization to County agencies, municipalities, and the public. This responsibility is what guides all our activities.
Business administration plays a key role in the OCIS operation. Some primary activities include: managing county Bids/RFPs, shared services with municipalities, administering our budget, revenue tracking, billing activities, and administering dozens of active contracts and maintenance agreements. These activities have added complexity and importance as OCIS manages equipment and software purchases as well as related maintenance agreements for most of the County departments.
OCIS has extremely busy offices at two locations. There is constant activity whether it is scheduling of meetings, training sessions, preparation of paperwork, and of course handling incoming calls for service. Much of the smoothness of our operation is owed to our dedicated support staff.