The Armstrong County Department of Information Technology was formed in 2005 to implement, support and maintain technology operations for all of the County’s departments.
- Security the County's network from cyber threats.
- Support and service over 500 workstations, 50+ servers and over 35 specialized information systems.
- Design, implement and support all of the County’s local area networks and metropolitan area networks.
- Support the County’s VoIP phone system.
- Provide Help Desk support to County Departments.
- Provide end-user awareness and training.
- Design and maintain numerous County Websites.
- Oversee and provide advisement on all County Technology purchases.
The Armstrong County Department of Information Technology’s goal is to utilize technology to increase efficiency within other County departments allowing them to better serve the public while providing a stable and secure technology environment.
Information Technology Internship Program
In the spring of 2015 the County’s first Information Technology Internship Program (ITIP) was created. While the internship is unpaid, it offers an amazing opportunity to gain hands-on experience with a large variety of technology. Interns within the ITIP will also have learning opportunities to help them apply concepts from their schoolwork to real world practices we utilize within the department.
The ITIP program typically has two positions. A technology support position and a website/graphic design position. While the main portion of the program runs over the summer season, the ITIP offers year-round internship and job shadowing opportunities.
If you are interested in applying to the ITIP please e-mail your resume to
. Internship candidates must be at least 18 years of age. There is no age restriction on job shadowing opportunities.