What does LOGITT stand for?
LOGITT is an acronym for “Local Government Information Technology in Tennessee”
What is LOGITT?
LOGITT is an organization of Information Technology Professionals which primarily encompasses employees of municipal or county governments within the State of Tennessee who have significant information technology responsibilities in their respective organizations
What is LOGITT’s Vision?
“To act as a proactive organization for I.T. Professionals for the participation and benefit of government entities throughout the State of Tennessee”
What is LOGITT’s Mission?
“To provide leading edge information technology strategies for member organizations in areas of planning and implementation while striving for continual improvement”
What are LOGITT’s objectives?
- Networking / Economic Development
- Best Practices in Government IT
- Share vendor solutions and partnership strategies
- Seek input into or make inquiries about State of Tennessee projects & initiatives
- To develop a website for the use and benefit of our membership that support’s our mission
How is LOGITT organized?
LOGITT is organized with a formal Steering Committee and Sub-Committies with by-laws that meet on a regular basis to address areas of operation and planning for regional/state I.T. activities.
How can I become a Member?
Membership is open to I.T. professionals if you are an employee of municipal or county governments within the State of Tennessee who has significant information technology responsibilities in their respective organizations. If you would like to become a member, please fill out this membership application.