Oswego County Minority Leader Mike Kunzwiler is expecting to receive an answer to his question of “who is training whom” in regards to indexing work in the office of the County Clerk.
Kunzwiler asked the question during Thursday’s session of the legislature.
The indexing is currently being done by the county clerk’s data imaging vendor, Info Quick Solutions, Inc. (IQS) of Liverpool. It was stated late last year that as of the first of the year, the indexing would return in-house.
For that reason, County Clerk George Williams requested the reinstatement of a senior index clerk position that he had asked last spring to eliminate to allow for Matthew Bacon to become the deputy clerk of operations, a newly created position.
During the discussion of the deputy clerk of operations position, Williams stated that the job duties are the same as the senior index clerk, however, the deputy title was a better fit.
Kunzwiler also asked when a new request for proposals for data imaging services will be released.
County Administrator Phil Church is handling the entire RFP process due to problems surrounding the prior two RFP’s that were never awarded. Story Post
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