Brunswick County Management Information Services Director Steve Randone has been voted the President-Elect of the North Carolina Local Government Information Systems Association.
The NCLGISA is a professional association of North Carolina local government technology professionals that works to improve the efforts of local governments in North Carolina to plan, design program, implement and operate information systems. The group also develops positions on areas of national interest affecting information systems and works to influence state laws and regulations affecting information systems.
Randone will serve as the group’s President-Elect in 2018-19, and serve as the association’s President the following year.
“It is an honor, to me and as a Brunswick County representative, to be considered as the future president of this large state-wide organization that is made up of I.T. professionals covering all levels of government agencies including Federal, State, Regional, Counties, Municipalities, Colleges and K12,” Randone said, adding that he appreciates the support of Brunswick County and its Commissioners.
“This nomination, to serve as the NCLGISA’s president, is a reflection of the dedication and hard work Steve shows in his role as Brunswick County’s M.I.S. Director,” said County Manager Ann Hardy. “We are proud that his efforts are being recognized in this manner.”