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Information Technology

Mission Viejo’s Information Technology Department (I.T.) is responsible for providing technology solutions to meet the business needs of the City.  The department scope includes managing services for over 400 users at 10 City sites (City Hall, Library, Norman P. Murray Community Center, Animal Services Center, Corporate Yard, Marguerite, Montanoso, Sierra and Felipe Recreation Centers, and Potocki Center for the Arts) through a Wide Area Network (WAN) connecting via over 35 miles of City-owned fiber and some leased circuits.  The network is comprised of over 1500 nodes (computers, network equipment, mobile devices, etc.).

I.T.’s responsibilities include cyber security management, disaster preparedness, infrastructure management, network implementation and support, private and public cloud management, telecommunications and VoIP, building security and video surveillance, audio/visual and room control systems, website development, mobile app development and support, social media and electronic newsletter support, project management, software application management, and user support and training.

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itd@cityofmissionviejo.org
949-470-3083

200 Civic Center
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

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