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Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Technology and Enterprise Business Solutions (TEBS) is to be responsive, collaborative, and innovative in providing technology solutions and services to facilitate the delivery of a wide range of services in all branches of government. The Department strives to provide its solutions and consultative services in a cost-effective, timely, and high-quality fashion to reduce service times, avoid inflated costs, reduce information security risk, and improve the quality of County services through automation-assisted process improvement. The Department facilitates business and reengineering processes to improve legacy workflow and streamline services to our customers.

TEBS is responsive by providing measurable solutions and services to internal and external partners, customers, and constituents, when and where they are needed; securely enabling County employees to provide quality services and information to internal entities, residents, and businesses; and enhancing project management to improve contract management and overall performance.

TEBS is collaborative as it provides expert consultative service to partners including internal customers, external agencies, and the public and private sectors to increase the productivity of County government, businesses, and residents; and to assist with technology enabled economic, workforce development, and community digital equity initiatives.

TEBS is innovative as it identifies and implements technology solutions to address business needs that enhance value and enable continuous measurable improvement.


Budget Overview

The total approved FY24 Operating Budget for the Department of Technology and Enterprise Business Solutions is $52,213,636, an increase of $1,221,489 or 2.40 percent from the FY23 Approved Budget of $50,992,147. Personnel Costs comprise 46.81 percent of the budget for 172 full-time position(s) and one part-time position(s), and a total of 172.75 FTEs. Total FTEs may include seasonal or temporary positions and may also reflect workforce charged to or from other departments or funds. Operating Expenses account for the remaining 53.19 percent of the FY24 budget.

Additional support for TEBS programs are provided and detailed in the Cable Television Communications Fund.

In addition, this department's Capital Improvements Program (CIP) requires Current Revenue funding.

County Priority Outcomes

While this program area supports all eight of the County Result Areas, the following are emphasized:

  • Thriving Youth and Families
  • An Affordable, Welcoming County for a Lifetime
  • Effective, Sustainable Government


Program Performance Measures

Performance measures for this department are included below (where applicable), with multi-program measures displayed at the front of this section and program-specific measures shown with the relevant program. The FY23 estimates reflect funding based on the FY23 approved budget. The FY24 and FY25 figures are performance targets based on the FY24 approved budget and funding for comparable service levels in FY25.



  • Continue to implement an enterprise driven IT governance model that is focused on responsiveness, collaboration, and innovation by centralizing the adoption of a more agile approach to technology initiatives, expanding the use of low to no-code technologies, and developing and staffing an enterprise IT project development governance model that emphasizes a solid business strategy.
  • Continue to modernize the technology and centralize the information across Montgomery County Government, resulting in improved efficiencies, and a unified infrastructure to drive data driven decision making. This modernization is the foundation to continuously improve the overall experience for stakeholders and citizens.
  • Examine and envision how an investment in Artificial Intelligence (AI) can bring efficiency in decision making and problem solving, enhanced security, and foster effective decision making across the enterprise, by funding AI solutions that boost customer service, resident expectations, and their experiences with government services.


Innovations and Productivity Improvements

  • Established a governance structure and procedures within the Enterprise Office of Project Management that enabled the organization to successfully manage and deliver enterprise projects that significantly impact the organization, are highly complex, and subject to significant risks.
  • Created a new Office of Public Safety Programs and Regional Interoperability (OFPS) to assist in the strategic planning, consultative designing, implementation, operations, and maintenance of mission-critical county-wide and regionally integrated public safety systems and services.
  • Published the first-ever Enterprise Information Technology (IT) Service Catalog, providing departments with ongoing references to the technology services available, which will provide a simple and standardized way for departments to submit requests for new engagements. Requesters will experience a consultative and inclusive process by which their needs are discussed, solutions are evaluated, and plans are enacted to resolve the business needs. The online catalog will improve service delivery to the departments while providing TEBS with useful data for strategic planning and continuous improvement.
  • Expanded cybersecurity capabilities to combat today's and tomorrow's increased information security threats by implementing next-generation Endpoint Detection and Response capabilities to further protect desktops and servers from advanced attackers and malicious software, and by implementing an Enterprise Mobile Application Management (MAM) solution, which enhances the County's data security and mobile threat protection by standardizing the list of supported applications ("apps"), instituting a required access code, and restricting the copying and saving of County data to personal mobile devices and accounts.

Program Descriptions

  Office of the Chief Information Officer

The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) prioritizes the enterprise agenda for technology strategy. The OCIO focuses on strategic business outcomes which include alignment with the business goals of the organization, IT Strategy and Planning, the IT project portfolio, IT Project Management Office (PMO), IT performance measurement, IT organizational...

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  Digital Transformation

The Office of Digital Transformation provides a digital vision for the County to meet the County's priority objectives, enhance the value of services provided to stakeholders, and lower the overall cost of service delivery. The Office of Digital Transformation is responsible for ensuring that the enterprise's business strategy is optimal,...

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  Strategic Partnerships

The Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP) supports innovation by bridging the gap between County departmental business partners and technology solution providers to accomplish quick and agile solutions that address longstanding technological or work challenges facing departments. The Chief Technology Officer oversees this office and manages business process reengineering and maintains...

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  Public Safety Programs and Regional Interoperability

The newly created Office of Public Safety Programs and Regional Interoperability (OFPS) is responsible for the strategic planning and consultative design, implementation, operation, and maintenance of mission-critical county-wide and regionally integrated public safety systems and services. OFPS will assist in the identification and adoption of emerging public safety technologies. OFPS...

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  Office of Broadband Programs and Infrastructure Modernization

The Office of Broadband Programs (OBP) is responsible for Countywide broadband governance, planning, implementation, and operations; encouraging broadband related economic development; and enabling digital equity initiatives. This Office leads the County Executive's digital equity programs; manages the County's cable television and telecommunications franchise agreements and the Cable Revenue Fund;...

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Budget Trends
Program Contacts

Contact Leny Bautista of the Department of Technology and Enterprise Business Solutions at 240.777.2865 or Seamus McNamara of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.277.2755 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Budget Summary
Salaries and Wages16589417.0019064962.00 17218911.00 19738197.003.5
Employee Benefits4163291.004455668.00 4006850.00 4700726.005.5
County General Fund Personnel Costs20752708.0023520630.00 21225761.00 24438923.003.9
Operating Expenses22589384.0027431217.00 28303065.00 27734413.001.1
Capital Outlay0.0040300.00 40300.00 40300.000.0
County General Fund Expenditures43342092.0050992147.00 49569126.00 52213636.002.4
Full-Time168.00167.00 167.00 172.003.0
Part-Time2.002.00 2.00 1.00-50.0
FTEs166.25168.25 168.25 172.752.7
Other Licenses/Permits-20.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
County General Fund Revenues-20.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Salaries and Wages0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Employee Benefits0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Grant Fund - MCG Personnel Costs0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Operating Expenses5209911.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Grant Fund - MCG Expenditures5209911.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Full-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Federal Grants805544.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Other Intergovernmental4009755.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Grant Fund - MCG Revenues4815299.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Total Expenditures48552003.0050992147.00 49569126.00 52213636.002.4
Total Full-Time Positions168.00167.00 167.00 172.003.0
Total Part-Time Positions2.002.00 2.00 1.00-50.0
Total FTEs166.25168.25 168.25 172.752.7
Total Revenues4815279.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FY24 Approved Changes
Changes (with service impacts)
Enhance: Multifactor Authentication/Customer Identify & Access Management [Strategic Partnerships]2000000.00
Reduce: One-time Budget Adjustment to Reflect Higher Than Expected Vacant Positions-14120610.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Technical Adj: Mid-year reorganization position shifts and adjustments [Public Safety Programs and Regional Interoperability]699233714.00
Technical Adj: Mid-year reorganization position shifts and adjustments [Digital Transformation]12645445.00
Technical Adj: Mid-year reorganization position shifts and adjustments [Strategic Partnerships]9066125.00
Technical Adj: Mid-year reorganization position shifts and adjustments [Office of the Chief Information Officer]8841894.00
Increase Cost: FY24 Compensation Adjustment8743550.00
Increase Cost: MCCATS3 Contract Increase8690000.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY23 Compensation Increases7969840.00
Increase Cost: Oracle Licenses Based on Updated County Usage [Digital Transformation]6103540.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY23 Personnel Costs3136350.00
Shift: MIII to TEBS General Fund from Cable Fund [Office of the Chief Information Officer]1741491.00
Shift: Senior IT Specialist to TEBS General Fund from Cable Fund [Office of Broadband Programs and Infrastructure Modernization]1729511.00
Increase Cost: Oracle Software Maintenance [Digital Transformation]492000.00
Increase Cost: Printing and Mail24830.00
Shift: Cable Positions to General Fund [Office of Broadband Programs and Infrastructure Modernization]02.00
Decrease Cost: Retirement Adjustment-17180.00
Decrease Cost: Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY23-356000.00
Decrease Cost: Motor Pool Adjustment-1405860.00
Decrease Cost: Contract Support Service in ERP-Payroll, Compensation, and Business Intelligence [Digital Transformation]-2100000.00
Shift: Transfer One Contractual IT Support Resource to OMB [Digital Transformation]-2200000.00
Decrease Cost: Contract Support Services in ERP-Security [Digital Transformation]-2700000.00
Decrease Cost: NOC Contractor to FTE Conversion [Office of Broadband Programs and Infrastructure Modernization]-5516550.00
Technical Adj: Mid-year reorganization position shifts and adjustments [Office of Broadband Programs and Infrastructure Modernization]-10047684-27.50
FY24 APPROVED52213636172.75
Program Summary
Program NameFY23 APPR
Office of the Chief Information Officer1209509651.001355054056.00
Digital Transformation1337466936.751439401841.75
Strategic Partnerships676278723.00839986528.00
Public Safety Programs and Regional Interoperability00.00679588914.00
Office of Broadband Programs and Infrastructure Modernization1875959557.50907332433.00
Charges to Other Departments
Charged DepartmentCharged FundFY23
CIPCapital Fund2286581.002372031.00
Alcohol Beverage ServicesLiquor11547770.0011838970.00
NDA - Retiree Health Benefits TrustRetirement Fund (ERS)460800.0000.00
NDA - Montgomery County Employee Retirement PlansRetirement Fund (ERS)00.00460800.00
Human ResourcesEmployee Health Self Insurance3224000.003224000.00
Funding Parameter Items ($000s)
FY24 Approved52214.00000052214.00000052214.00000052214.00000052214.00000052214.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY240.000000-150.000000-150.000000-150.000000-150.000000-150.000000
Item recommended for one-time funding in FY24 (MFA replacement), will be eliminated from the base in the outyears.
Restore One-Time Lapse Increase0.0000001430.0000001430.0000001430.0000001430.0000001430.000000
Labor Contracts0.000000468.000000468.000000468.000000468.000000468.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Subtotal Expenditures52214.00000053962.00000053962.00000053962.00000053962.00000053962.000000