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Responsibilites
  
Bill Taylor
614-387-1170
The Division of Information Technology builds, coordinates, and maintains all IT related business needs in accordance with the ODOT business plan and initiatives.
  
Michael Orndorf
614-644-0662
The Office of Software Production is responsible for building and maintaining enterprise software applications for the department. This office works closely with the business owners to ensure systems are built to support their needs. The office is also responsible for recommending and implementing software development standards and best practices. The office consists of three groups: Client/Server Development, Collaboration and Identity Mgt, and Mainframe Development.
  
Lynn Wenrick
614-728-1737
The Database Group is responsible for the integrity, security, and maintenance of the databases as well as the development and maintenance of the data mining tools and models used in support of ODOT's business needs.
  
Charles Ash
614-466-7007
The Infrastructure Management Office is responsible for the creation and support of the network, telecommunications, desktops, and servers that make up the ODOT environment. The IT infrastructure is uniquely designed to handle the volume and complexity of ODOT's user and application requirements.
  
Jayne Barker
614-752-0207
The Project Management Group works with the other DoIT offices and ODOT districts and divisions to successfully deliver ODOT information technology projects within stated estimates and expectations. The team uses an agile methodology to optimize delivery outcomes and customer satisfaction, while supporting the vision of ODOT’s business plan and strategic initiatives.
  
Tracy Bryniarski
614-466-2309
The Resource Management Office is responsible for the procurement of IT services, hardware, and software for ODOT. The Resource Managment Office is committed to finding the best product at the best price, while making sure that existing products are used to their fullest capacity. The Office also manages software licensing agreements and renewals.