Deborah's experience as a lawyer, legislator, and at GoTriangle strengthened her belief in the need to invest in our local and national infrastructure to spur job creation. Like many other areas of the country, North Carolina's aging bridges, roads, and water and sewer systems are struggling to keep pace with the demands of its burgeoning population.
Deborah understands that one of the best ways to put people to work and grow our economy is to rebuild our roads, bridges and other key infrastructure. These investments create jobs right here in America, and attract businesses to N.C. while increasing our safety and quality of life.
We found that the state has 40 data centers with over 1,000 different computer systems. That's hardly an example of efficiency. We discovered that obvious opportunities to pool the purchasing power of several agencies are often bypassed.
My administration is going to insert accountability into out IT operations by proposing a new cabinet-level Department of Information Technology. The IT professionals throughout the Cabinet agencies and departments of the Executive Branch will report to the new department. However, they will remain housed with their secretaries to provide in-house expertise and service.
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