About David L. Stevens
Mr. David L. Stevens currently serves as the Chief Information Officer for Maricopa County, AZ – the fourth largest County in the Nation by population and over 9,200 square miles in size; it is larger than 23 States by population. Mr. Stevens is passionate about relational capital, earning trust, building excellent teams and delivering technology that impacts the business. He has presented at national conferences and is published in a variety of magazines, as well as serving on a number of advisory boards and committees. Most recently, he was appointed to the National Association of Counties (NACo) Information Technology Standing Committee and subcommittees on Cyber Security and Geospatial Information Services. Additionally, Mr. Stevens was appointed by Janice K. Brewer, Governor of the State of Arizona, to the Commission on Judicial Conduct in December of 2013 and Confirmed by the full Senate in April of 2014 – the Commission is based on Article 6.1 of the Arizona Constitution and acts on complaints alleging one or more judges have engaged in judicial misconduct in a particular case or circumstance. He was also appointed by Governor Brewer to the Information Technology Authorization Committee (ITAC) in December of 2013. This assemblage brings together a statewide view of IT that can help policymakers and the public understand the challenges and opportunities facing IT professionals in public service. ITAC’s fundamental goal is to maximize the benefits derived from the public investment in computer systems, software and applications, and to minimize the risk of failure in applications development and implementation. Lastly, Mr. Stevens is serving a two year term as chairman of the Technology Advisory Group of the Maricopa County Association of Governments (MAG), which includes 27 cities. The Technology Advisory Group is made up of City CIOs across Maricopa County. Mr. Stevens has had the honor and privilege to receive various professional awards and recognition for his leadership and innovations across business and information technology initiatives – he credits this to the amazing people he has had the honor to work with past and present.
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