Connectivity - Information Technology

Information Technology

The IT Department integrates people, process and technology by fostering partnerships and consistently delivering solutions that serve as the foundation of City operations for our citizens and employees. We partner with other governments, higher education, and the business community to become a leader in the digital transformation of the local economy.




One Exchange Plaza
Suite 900
Raleigh , NC 27601


Mark Wittenburg
Chief Information Officer

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Connected Communities Conference Moves to July 27, 2021

The Connected Communities Conference (formerly the Triangle Smart Cities Summit) brings together city, industry, business and academic leaders to share ideas and discuss how to make our region a smarter and more connected community. The July 27, 2021 event is hosted by the City of Raleigh, North Carolina State University and RIoT. The conference was previously scheduled for Jan. 15, 2021. 

About Connected Communities Conference
About 2019 Triangle Smart Cities Summit
Read the City of Raleigh's Smart City Strategy

Connected Communities - Building a Smarter Community

In this short video, find out why people and organization choose to come to the Connected Communities conference (formerly Triangle Smart Cities Conference), find out about the reason behind the name change and the cool things people come to learn. 

Geographic Information Services

Geographic Information Services (GIS) develops and maintains online mapping applications, and maintains hundreds of layers of geospatial information.

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