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The Information Technology department is always eager to learn about new products and technologies. However, with the sheer volume of unsolicited sales calls, we prefer vendors to contact us by email, rather than by telephone or unscheduled visits, so that we may peruse these offerings more effectively.
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The Orange County website has been designed using technologies that ensure it is accessible to a wide variety of residents using a wide range of technologies. If there is an issue concerning the Orange County website, please contact the Community Relations Department or email the IT Help Desk or call 919-245-2280.
See the County's Home page for the latest News Releases and the Calendar of Events.
You may contact the Community Relations Department to learn about current activities within the County. The office of Information Technologies, however, deals with computing infrastructure.
The public is entitled to access County information as specified by the North Carolina General Statute GS 132-1, under conditions specified by North Carolina General Statute GS 132-6 with exceptions for:
Orange County Information Technologies does not directly handle these requests. Typically, the department that serves as steward of the information in question handles the request and engages Information Technologies to fulfill it. Please refer to the Public Records Policy page for more information about requesting public records.