About Us

 

York CountyMarket St has played an important and prominent role throughout the history of The United States of America. The town of York was laid out in 1741 and was officially declared York County in 1749. Many famous historical figures and events have graced York County. During the American Revolutionary War, York served as a temporary capital for the Continental Congress. In addition the Articles of the Confederation were drafted and adopted in York.

The Information and Technology Services Department is a well-recognized leader in county government information technology. In 1983 the purchase of the first Wang VS minicomputer was the County's initial step towards modernizing and providing computerized services to areas of the county that previously were not offered.

Today the County has moved to a distributed computing model using industry standard open systems and applications as well as many industry specific applications. This technology provides process automation in most areas of County Government. The Information and Technology Services Department also works closely with various County departments to develop electronic interfaces for reporting and data sharing with federal, state and local governments.

York County continues to receive recognition for its accomplishments and has been deemed one of the nation's fastest growing counties in the northeast. The County currently employs about 2700 employees in approximately 50 departments.

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Information and Technology Services