The Adams Lake Band Information Systems Department (IT Department) is committed to delivering an efficient and effective technical support program to all users of technology. The IT Department will work with all other band departments to improve communication to our own people and to the outside world.
The roles and responsibilities of the IT department covers a broad area within the organization. Information Technology has many core components which often follow how an IT department is structured. These components include Hardware, Software, Networking & Communications Infrastructure, Business Intelligence & Reporting, Support, Leadership, Planning, and Technical capacity.
Adams Lake Indian Band’s IT Department provides key technical services to the entire organization. Currently there are three workers in the IT Department. Art Michel, Information Systems Manager, Mark Lein, Network Support Technician and Nick Sterling, IT Support Technician.
Goals and Objectives: The Technology Plan establishes overarching goals and strategies for the effective and efficient use of technology to establish and improve ALIB’s diverse business operations. Internal IT operations fall into the following categories: Network; Hardware; Software; Communication; Training; Staffing; and Security.
Maintain a reliable and scalable information technology infrastructure, enabling innovative uses of technology to achieve excellence in all technical areas.
Access to Technology
Improve and enhance access to online information resources required to effectively accomplish the organization’s objectives.
Security and Availability
Maintain a secure information technology environment ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical information and systems.
Provide information technology education through the use of training opportunities and the adoption of technology enabled business processes.
Develop information technology policies, procedures, and practices that efficiently and effectively manage IT assets to meet the technology needs of the organization.