Saad chosen to lead the city’s IT department

Saad has been with the City for 14 years. Beginning his career in the Geographic Information Systems group, he branched out into other IT departments as a system administrator and application/web developer. In 2015, Saad was promoted to deputy director of information technology and was responsible for leading the operations and strategic initiatives of the information technology department as the city continued to evolve.

“Ramsey has led several organization-wide initiatives over the years to harness new technologies so that we can provide exceptional service to the citizens of Round Rock,” said City Manager Laurie Hadley. “His knowledge of the city and his dedication and loyalty to Round Rock will serve this community well for years to come.”

Saad holds a BS in Geographic Information Science from Texas State University. He took office in June and named Megan Tschoerner, who has 16 years of experience with the city, as his successor as assistant director of information technology.

“Information technology affects every aspect of our local government, and I am excited to work in a new capacity to continue to improve and modernize our organization’s operations,” Saad said. “From public safety to the library, we are working on several exciting projects to improve the experience for our citizens, business community and visitors.

Donald E. Patel