Cheney's new IT contract adds security, service for citizens
The Cheney City Council’s approval of a new agreement at their July 23 meeting with Intrinium Networks to manage information technology appears to be a win-win deal.
The city wins with the agreement that will pay the Spokane Valley firm just shy of $100,000 per year to manage all things IT. Cheney residents and taxpayers win with a solid track record of service.
After the project went out for bid, city staff recommended the upgrade of the city’s computer firewall, the device and software that protects information on computers. The cost: $29,340.87. Additionally, council approved a contr...
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