We provide powerful technology solutions for the City of Seattle and public we serve.

Seattle Information Technology Department is the consolidated information technology organization for the City of Seattle. Seattle IT provides the services that facilitate delivery of powerful information technology services for the City of Seattle and the public it serves. Created in April 2016, Seattle IT connects people to their government, enables an efficient and productive City workforce, and builds a digitally equitable community.

9/26
A Message from City of Seattle’s Chief Technology Officer:  Today Mayor Murray presented his proposed 2017-18 Budget to the City Council. This has been a year of transition for the City’s technology functions and staff. The creation of the [...]
9/21
Last Thursday, we co-hosted a Civic Tech Lunch Hour at Impact Hub with the Department of Neighborhoods, which is implementing an Executive Order from Mayor Ed Murray that directs the City to approach outreach and engagement in an equitable [...]
9/14
Welcome to the Civic Tech Roundup! If you’d like to suggest content, please email us at civic.tech@seattle.gov. Seattle happenings We hired a new Open Data Program Manager! Learn more about David Doyle, who joins us after 18 years at Microsoft and [...]
9/7
David Doyle has been hired as the Open Data Program Manager for the City of Seattle. David will work alongside the current manager, Bruce Blood, who will be retiring in January. He will primarily focus on continuing the implementation of the Open [...]

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