Information Technology

Step into the dynamic world of the Information Technology Department (IT), where innovation meets precision in powering the City's technological landscape. Backed by a team of 75 authorized full-time, part-time and retired annuitant professionals, we are the driving force behind cutting-edge solutions, unwavering reliability, and unparalleled customer satisfaction.

At IT, we go beyond the ordinary, steering the City's technology initiatives with flair and finesse. Our mandate includes not only ensuring that projects are impeccably designed, cost-effective, and meet the highest technical standards but also infusing a spirit of excitement into every technological stride.

Picture this: a dedicated team maintaining and troubleshooting a network of over 2,300 computers, seamlessly connected to fuel the pulse of city-wide operations. We orchestrate the city-wide camera system for Public Works and Police, manage phones and telecommunication infrastructure, synchronize public safety/utilities radio systems, and more.

Our influence extends even further as we take charge of the City's digital presence, overseeing the maintenance and optimization of the City's intranet and website. Additionally, we proudly manage the Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library website, ensuring a seamless online experience for all.

Join us in the epicenter of technological prowess, where professionalism meets excitement. We're not just maintaining computers; we're sculpting the future of City services through technology. Embrace the thrill of innovation with IT – where every day is a new opportunity to revolutionize the way our community experiences digital excellence.

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About the Department
About the Director
IT Director - Jamil NiaziMeet Jamil Niazi, our accomplished IT Director, a seasoned technology
leader with an extensive background in both public and private sectors. Jamil is a proud graduate of California State University at Northridge, holding a bachelor's degree in computer science and has accumulated numerous professional certifications and credentials that showcase his commitment to excellence in the field.

Currently, Jamil is an active member of the cybersecurity subcommittee of the Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC) and contributes to the electronic-crimes task force for the U.S. Secret Service, reflecting his dedication to advancing cybersecurity initiatives.

Joining the City of Stockton in October 2023, Jamil brings a wealth of experience as a division manager for infrastructure and cybersecurity. In this role, he oversaw critical areas such as IT infrastructure, 911 public safety systems, video/voice systems, data centers, disaster recovery and continuity, network storage, and various server platforms.

Jamil's extensive government experience includes notable positions, such as Division Manager for the City of Concord, IT Director for the San Francisco Mayor's Office, IT Manager for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Chief Information Officer for the San Francisco District Attorney's Office, and IT Manager for the Contra Costa Water District. In the private sector, he has made significant contributions to organizations including Alameda Health System, Ross Stores, and Crescent Mortgage Co.

With a proven track record of leadership and a comprehensive understanding of technology in both public service and corporate settings, Jamil Niazi is driving the City of Stockton's IT Department towards new heights of innovation and efficiency.
Enterprise Overview

IT Enterprise Overview - The Gateway to Digital Success

At City of Stockton, we specialized in advanced IT solutions, guaranteeing innovation and reliability for success. 

MUNIS Tyler Technologies As Needed
EXECUTIME Tyler Technologies As Needed
Naviline Central Square As Needed
Total Command CAD Central Square As Needed
Total Command RMS Central Square As Needed
OnBase Naviant As Needed
Symphony SIrisiDynix As Needed
RecTrac Vermont Systems As Needed
Avantis Pro Asset Management Avantis As Needed

Senate Bill 272 
Approved on October 11, 2015, SB272 adds a section to the California Public Records Act requiring local agencies to create a catalog of Enterprise Systems by July 1, 2016 with annual updates. 

Last Update : 11/29/2023, 9:33:20 AM