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IT Performance Statistics
Welcome to the Information Technology Statistics and Performance web page. Our goal is to provide the Public and the County with information concerning the activites and workload of the IT department.

The IT department uses a software tool to log and track any and all computer and network related issues. By logging our activity, we are able to report and summarize the issues confronting the County IT department. Our end goal is to not only measure our efficiencies, but in turn to discover new ways of effectively delivering your digital needs.

Summary Quarterly Performance Table
    
SeptemberOctoberNovember
First Call Resolution314449314
Avg Response Time (hh:mm)0:120:070:09
Avg Resolution Time (hh:mm)0:290:210:09
SLA Compliance %100%100%100%
Issues Opened369486344
Issues Reopened523
Issues Closed372503342
Volume of IT Service Desk Tickets
Performance Measures for Completed IT Service Desk Tickets
Closed Service Desk Tickets by Department (within the last 6 months)
DepartmentTotal Closed
Auditors56
Collections31
County Clerks198
Courts232
District Attorney190
District Clerk244
Election59
Fire Marshall25
Information Technology272
Juvenile150
Maintenance5
Personnel24
Pre-trial Release19
Precincts5
Public6
Purchasing28
Records Services14
Road and Bridge17
Sheriff932
Treasurers1
Veterans Services1
Closed Service Desk Tickets by Issue Type (within the last 6 months)
DepartmentTotal Closed
Administrative120
Application Development6
Application Support133
Authorization / Set Up63
Change Control1
Documentation1
Errors54
Hardware Maintenance167
Network152
Order Items3
Software Maintenance23
System Support8
User Support2088
The table and charts above indicate the number of service desk tickets completed.
For questions or comments, please call the helpdesk at 590-4650.
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