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Mason Landrum

IT Manager of Infrastructure

Mr. Landrum came to the Institute for Human Services in 2011. As the Manager of Information Technology Infrastructure, he provides technical support to IHS staff and plans and administers the network systems and infrastructure. He also maintains the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program's (OCWTP) website and provides E-Track technical support to the OCWTP's eight regional training centers.

Prior to work for IHS, Mr. Landrum was the Information Technology Coordinator for the Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Boards of Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services. His primary responsibilities were the implementation of the Multi-Agency Community Services Information System (MACSIS) in his three county region, as well as the development and compliance monitoring of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy and Security policies and procedures.

Mr. Landrum holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education with a concentration in General Science and a minor in Computer Science from the University of Rio Grande.

 

 


 
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