Information Technology Services (ITS)

​Information Technology Services coordinates the use of information technology across the various departments  and agencies of Phoenix city government.  The department also manages the city's radio, telephone, and enterprise computer network systems, and community outreach regarding information security and privacy.

​Contact ITS

Information Technology Services
251 W. Washington St., 6th floor
Phoenix, AZ

Phone: 602-262-4481
TTY: Use 7-1-1

​City Technology Helping to Protect Residents

 Data Privacy and the Internet of everything, Feb. 26, 2015.
We all know smart devices contain components that allow them to connect to the Internet. But did you know some home appliances, gadgets, and cars do as well and can also be hacked by cybercriminals?  Bring your lunch and find out simple steps on how to protect yourself and your family from having your privacy invaded or becoming victims of cybercrime.   

Visit the Information Security and Privacy Office Website

​City Technology Helping to Protect Residents

Join the Information Security and Privacy Office for a free "Cloudy with a Chance of Malware"cybersecurity awareness  session on Oct. 22.  Bring your lunch and get answers to common questions about protecting yourself and your family against cybercrime, using social media safely, and recovering from having your personal information compromised. 

Get session details >

​City Technology Helping to Protect Residents

Information Security & Privacy Office Infographic  
The Information Security & Privacy Office (ISPO) works to protect the city’s information systems and the information itself, such as information you may provide to the city.  The ISPO also developed a website to help you protect your family, identity, privacy, computers, and business from the many emerging threats in today’s computerized world.

​City Technology at Work