“I’m looking forward to the opportunity,” Okuhara told Techwire. “My experience at CDT has certainly prepared me for this new challenge.”
Stockton’s new CTO said: “We have two main priorities: a major [enterprise resource planning] implementation, and a move from downtown to the waterfront.”
Okuhara’s responsibilities with the city will include oversight of app development, the project management office, the city data center and IT networks. He reports to Stockton’s new CIO, Norbert Ruijling.
Okuhara said the move will also enable him to spend more time with his family.
This story was originally published by Techwire.