ATLANTA – The City of Atlanta Office of Atlanta Information Management (AIM) announced the creation of the Chief Information Officer Advisory Board. The advisory board members are comprised of trusted leaders throughout Atlanta who bring knowledge from both private and public sectors to continue propelling the city forward within the technology sector.
"We are proud of the ever-growing tech hub Atlanta has created,” said Mayor Bottoms. “This advisory board will serve as a great resource to explore how we can continue to use technology in creative ways to improve our city and leverage our innovative local tech community.”
The Atlanta Chief Information Officer Advisory Board will work with the City of Atlanta Information Management team to advance the technology strategy of the city. The advisory team will analyze challenges facing cities in a wide range of content areas to explore how our communities can be more digitally connected and improve the quality of life for residents.
“The Chief Information Officer Advisory Board will play a vital role in setting the strategic direction for innovation and technology now and in the future,” said Gary Brantley, Chief Information Officer. “We’re thrilled to partner with these senior executives within top companies, whose deep experience will fuel our agenda and help shape the future of technology in the great City of Atlanta.”