Mayor Joe Hogsett has promoted Ken Clark to City to City-County Controller. He most recently served as chief information officer.

As CIO, Clark has managed a complex portfolio of IT infrastructure, applications, processes and projects that support the strategic and tactical needs of more than forty-five City and County agencies and departments. In the last four years in this role, he has led an effort to transform government service on an enterprise-scale by leveraging technology to develop new solutions for citizen and business engagement.

Clark joined the Information Services Agency (ISA) as the chief financial officer in 2013.  After leading the agency through a redesign of both its expense and revenue models, he was promoted to chief operating officer, taking over responsibility for IT operations.  He oversaw major projects including the decommissioning of the City/County mainframe and the kickoff of a complete network infrastructure replacement including routers, switches, circuits, and cabling at over 150 City/County locations. Prior to joining the ISA, Clark was a senior government consultant at Crowe Horwath, providing advisory consulting services to state and local governments around the country.

Clark received an MPA from Indiana University, focusing in Local Government Management and Public Financial Administration. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Southern Indiana.

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