Systems & Programming Manager
2651 Siringo Road
Ph: (505) 955-5573
Fx: (505) 955-5581
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
The ITT Systems and Programming Section supports central management and financial applications implemented on the AS/400 in support of City wide requirements. This section participates in educating and advising departments and divisions in the use of centralized software and systems.
The centralized Purchasing applications are also managed by Systems and Programming Division. These applications include Central Warehouse, Purchasing, Budget, Fixed Assets and Inventory systems.
In addition, the Systems & Programming Section manages the UCIS centralized utility billing systems and the Sales Order System for the Septic, Landfill, Transfer and Ambulance functions.
Managing applications used for City related commercial activities are also the responsibility of the Systems & Programming Section. These applications include Building Permits, Occupational Licensing, Code Enforcement and Land Management software.
Systems & Programming Section also manages the accounting applications for the City. These responsibilities include managing the Cashiers, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, General Ledger and the personnel applications.
Other general purpose software applications managed by Systems & Programming include Seniors Transportation software, Risk Management applications, Safety programs, Query 2000 capabilities and Gasoline Management programs.
To summarize, Systems & Programming is responsible for ensuring that the City’s central management software and applications are functioning properly and that these packages support the requirements of the City’s departmental managers. Systems & Programming personnel are responsible for analyzing department/division needs, assessing the feasibility of automating existing manual systems and where appropriate, designing, programming, testing and implementing computer programs to satisfy the City’s computer automation needs. Systems & Programming also educates department and division personnel in the effective use of these systems.