Chief Information Officer (CIO) Louis Foltzer has been re-appointed to the National Association of Counties (NACo) Information Technology Standing Committee. NACo’s ten (10) committees, caucuses, task forces, and advisory boards help to inform national policy makers and solve problems impacting counties, boroughs, and parishes.
“I look forward to continuing to gain and share information that cannot only benefit Camden County Board of Commissioners, but also county governments across the United States as well as NACo,” said CIO Louis Foltzer. “It’s an honor to once again have this opportunity to share knowledge by participating in this committee.”
The Information Technology Standing Committee helps shape and drive NACo’s programs and services, both internally for the association and externally for county governments. This committee advises on information technology issues and provides oversight on NACo information technology projects.
“As a county we are always looking for best practices and more efficient ways to conduct business for Camden County citizens,” said Deputy County Administrator Seth Collins. “Louis is an asset to Camden County’s IT services and we are pleased he has been re-appointed to this NACo standing committee and is in the position to learn more for our county.”
Louis Foltzer began working for Camden County in Information Technology (IT) in February 2008 and currently serves as CIO, leading IT programs and policies for the Camden County Board of Commissioners.