NH e-Court Project Project Manager Peter Croteau
Effective September 13, 2012, Peter Croteau, the Chief Technology Officer of the Judicial Branch, has been appointed the role of NH e-court Project Manager. The position was previously held by consultant Peter Caradonna.
Peter Croteau has 30 years of experience developing Information Technology systems for New Hampshire state government. Originally breaking into the IT field as a computer programmer, he has been managing IT projects for 25 years, specializing in project planning, strategic planning and budget management. Peter was hired by the Judicial Branch in 2008 as their Chief Technology Officer, managing all aspects of the branch technology. His prior experience managing large scale IT projects in the executive branch includes:
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Director of the agency software division in the Office of Information Technology where he supervised 180 computer programmers and system analysts who provide software services to the 15 largest executive branch agencies.
Director of information technology at the Department of Safety where he directed all IT activities including management of a $5.1 million annual budget. Peter was the project manager for the $10 million state-wide integrated criminal justice information system and $7.6 million statewide motor vehicle online citizen based internet and town clerk connected registration system.
Director of the information technology at the Department of Revenue Administration where he managed the department's $2 million dollar annual budget and managed the project to develop a new $6 million integrated tax return processing system.