Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21091 on 09/19/2011, Section 2-193 read as follows.

    The director of the data processing department shall have graduated from an accredited four-year college or university and shall have majored in data processing, computer programming, business administration and accounting, or in the alternative shall be familiar by training and experience with the operation, principles, practices, programming, and with data processing machines and equipment. He shall have, by training and experience, a working knowledge of public administration and the principles and practices of office management procedures, methods and equipment considered modern at the time of his employment by the city. Such director shall be qualified to plan, organize, coordinate, review and revise the work of all units under his supervision and control that are engaged in data processing and activities related thereto, and to formulate and administer policies of the data processing department. He shall cooperate with other departments and make a continuous study of data processing principles, operations, machines and equipment, and shall, with the consent of the city manager, change, modify or eliminate any program, practice, procedure or equipment at any time in order that the data processing department may be operated in such manner as to enable the city to obtain the maximum benefit therefrom.

(Code 1964, § 2.1620)