Wednesday, January 20, 2010

IT Bulletin

As Councilwoman Linda Carter pushed her quest for a "paperless universe," the question of how it could be accomplished came up Tuesday.

Deputy Clerk "A.J." Jalloh had one word. Well, maybe one acronym - IT.

That prompted a question to Acting City Administrator Bibi Taylor on how the search for an IT director was going.

"An offer of employment has been made," Taylor replied, indicating the person is expected to be on the rolls by Feb. 8.

Click here for what may be a related coincidence. What is that saying, as one door closes, another opens?



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris Payne just resigned his position effective February 1. The talk is that the position was always his. The administration all along said that no particular person was targeted.

The mayor wants to do a better job of communicating. Hmmmmmm....

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris Payne is not qualified for the position. He had no degree and his is not a hands on tech person. This is another political favor at the expense of the taxpayers of course.

1:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Exactly what is an offer of employment? Is it you can have the position but you must be certified by the Department of Personnel in Trenton and you must pass the probationary pereiod?

3:14 PM  
Blogger Bernice said...

To the person who left the same comment three times: I'm holding it for the time being.

1:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I understand, Bernice...I think. (If you're referring to the one which included mention of the Audit, that is.

7:35 PM  

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