Ed Miranda, chief information officer for the Bay Area city of Newark, has succeeded Roseville CIO Hong Sae.
The Municipal Information Systems Association of California is holding its gathering Oct. 2-5 in Monterey, with the theme “Make IT Matter. Make IT Happen.”
Roseville’s chief information officer, Hong Sae, is serving his second term as president of the Municipal Information Systems Association of California. He offered the group a recap of 2021 and has published its work plan for 2022-23.
Municipal tech leaders from around the state gathered virtually Wednesday to discuss remote work, returning to the office and how the pandemic may be changing the nature of how IT is sold to government.
“We will do everything we can to make sure all attendees are kept as safe as feasibly possible in a comfortable setting, and to make sure the event will be filled with innovative and digitally engaged agenda items,” said MISAC President Hong Sae, the chief information officer for the city of Roseville.
“We need to build on our successes achieved during the pandemic, continue to be flexible and further expand our technology capabilities and civic responsibilities in the challenging years ahead. Over the past year, we’ve given our residents stability due to our ability to go virtual in a short amount of time,” says Hong Sae, chief information officer for the city of Roseville.
When the statewide municipal IT group's previous leader, Fullerton IT Manager Helen Hall, retired July 31, the Roseville CIO moved up from the vice presidency to the presidency.
It's important for IT professionals to stay ahead of the curve and to anticipate ways to use technology, says Roseville Chief Information Officer Hong Sae, who's also vice president of the Municipal Information Systems Association of California.
State CIO Amy Tong was a key speaker Tuesday at the annual conference of the Municipal Information Systems Association of California meeting in Monterey.