Systems Planning Board

Meetings

  • 9:30 am
  • 2nd Wednesday of every odd numbered month
  • City Hall

Members

  • Thomas M. Bernabei, Mayor
    No Expiration
  • Jim Adams, Health Commissioner
    No Expiration
  • Patrick Barton, Information Systems
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  • Kristen Bates Aylward, Law Director
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  • Sean Durkin, Public Appointee
    Term Expires May 30, 2022
  • Phil Giavasis, Clerk of Courts
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  • John Highman, Director of Public Service
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  • Mike Kochera, Municipal Court
    No Expiration
  • RA Mallonn, Auditor
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  • John Mariol II, City Council
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  • Kim Perez, Treasurer’s Office
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  • Andrea Perry, Director of Public Safety
    No Expiration

Appointment Process

Public member is appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by Council.

Membership Requirements

The Board consists of:

  • Mayor or his designee
  • Law Director or his designee
  • Auditor or his designee
  • Treasurer or his designee
  • One member of City Council or his designee
  • Presiding judge of the Canton Municipal Court or his designee
  • Clerk of Courts or his designee
  • Director of Public Service or his designee
  • Health Commissioner or his designee
  • Director of Public Safety or his designee
  • Information Systems manager or his designee
  • One member of the public, qualified by occupation or profession as having specialized knowledge in the area of management information systems

Purpose/Duties

The Systems Planning Board:

(a) Serves as an advisory board to the Department of Management Information Systems.

(b) Provides recommendations concerning the planning, acquisition, prioritization of user needs, allocation of financial resources, choices concerning new and future technologies, replacement scheduling of existing systems, personnel training and utilization issues and other issues concerning computer-based information systems required by various departments within the City.

(c) In conjunction with the Department of Management Information Systems, establishes short-term and long-term planning objectives for the City's information systems requirements.

(d) Approves computer related purchase over $15,000 prior to Council approval to ensure compatibility with existing systems, coordinate technology throughout the City and verify the best solution at the lowest cost.

Term Length

Two years

Compensation

Members serve without compensation.

Authorization

City Ordinance 150.January, 2002