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Steve Monaghan

Steve Monaghan has been Nevada County chief information officer – as well as the county’s Information and General Services Agency director, the Nevada County Emergency Services chief and the county purchasing agent – for almost 23 years. Under his leadership, its IT operation has won numerous top honors in the Center for Digital Government’s* Digital Counties Survey. Monaghan is also a past president and current member of the California County Information Services Directors Association (CCISDA), through which he created and helps lead training programs for current and emerging leaders. Monaghan also serves on RCRC’s Broadband Advisory Committee and on the Cybersecurity Program Advisory Board at California State University at Chico, where he received his bachelor’s degree in computer science.

Steve Monaghan, the veteran chief information officer for Nevada County, has published the fifth in a series of six essays for Rural County Representatives of California, a service organization that advocates for policies on behalf of rural counties.
Steve Monaghan, the veteran chief information officer for Nevada County, has published the fourth in a series of six essays for Rural County Representatives of California, a 39-member service organization that advocates for policies on behalf of rural counties.
Steve Monaghan, the veteran chief information officer for Nevada County, has published the second in a series of six essays for Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC), a 38-member service organization that advocates for policies on behalf of rural counties.