Gail Roper Gail Roper
Chief Information Officer

Ms. Roper has served as Chief Information Officer for Montgomery County Government since February, 2020. She is the chief technology manager for the County and is responsible for an operating budget of $45 million. Her responsibilities include information and communications technology management, including technology and information security strategy planning, technology innovation, technology acquisition and operations, broadband and cable affairs, and IT sector development.

Our Vision:

Montgomery County Government is a fully integrated enterprise in which all Montgomery County Government Departments and Offices have the ability to utilize reliable, accurate and secure information to perform the government services and functions essential to the citizens of Montgomery County.

Our Mission:

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.