Scott Clark is the Chief Information Officer for the Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Scott is responsible for the town wide information technology strategy and providing oversight for technology utilized throughout the Town. Previously, Scott was the Sr. IT Manager for the Town of Cary, NC. In both Towns, Scott has been involved in improvements to the IT infrastructure, smart city/IoT, information security, mobile devices, policy development and cross-functional collaborative teams
Before moving to North Carolina, Scott worked in Maine state government for 25 years first as the as the Director of the Judicial Office of Information Technology and then as the Director of the Office of Legislative Information Technology. Scott also worked in the private sector developing software for defense contractors and L.L. Bean.
Scott earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science and Economics, as well as his Masters of Public Administration from the University of Maine. Scott is a Certified Government Chief Information Officer (CGCIO) from the University of North Carolina.