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ITAP Customer Advisory Committee

The ITAP Customer Advisory Committee is a citizen advisory committee, comprised of approximately 12 members who represent a variety of interests. Generally, membership will consist of individuals from each of the following professions or interests: architect, developer, engineer, permit/land use consultant, contractor, neighborhood representative, and trades. The role of the committee may include:

  • Assisting with identifying problems with current business processes to consider for fixing in the new permit system or that are unrelated to information technology and that we can work to fix in advance of implementation
  • Reviewing and providing feedback on proposed work flow and processes for the new permit system
  • Providing input on the citizen web portal and application submittal process
  • Feedback on prioritization of work to include in the project
  • Providing input on different options for changes to business practices

Current members of the ITAP Customer Advisory Committee are:
Name Membership Category
Linda Bauer Neighborhood Representative
John Brooks
Engineering
Rob Humphrey Permit / Land Use Consultant
Jennifer Kimura Engineering
Josh Lighthipe Engineering
Rick Michaelson Real Estate Management
Keith Skille, Chair Architect
Staff Contact to Committee: Greg Supriano, 503-823-7351

How do I become a member?
Members are appointed by the Bureau of Development Services Director, Paul L. Scarlett. Please notify the Staff Contact to express interest in joining the Committee.



Agendas and Minutes

ITAP Meeting Agendas and Minutes

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