From Harford County government:
Harford County Executive David R. Craig today announced two new department heads for Harford County Government. The Cabinet selections include a new Director of the Department of Public Works (DPW) as well as Director for the Department of Information & Communications Technology (ICT).
“I am pleased to announce the appointment of Ted Pibil as the new Director of ICT. In addition, we are delighted to welcome Timothy Whittie as Director of Public Works,” County Executive Craig stated. “Mr. Pibil’s extensive knowledge of IT systems and his leadership skills will be an asset to the Department of Information & Communication Technology and to all of Harford County Government. And, Mr. Whittie’s background in both the private and public sectors will serve him well as he becomes our new director of DPW,” Craig commented.
Pibil began his career working for a computing company in Illinois, acting as an independent software vendor. In addition, Pibil served as the Vice President of Technology for AssureNet Ltd. During his career as Vice President, Mr. Pibil worked to design 3-tier architecture for a server farm. Pibil acted as a liaison between client IT teams and the development staff.
Most recently, Pibil served as the director of programming for Local Origination Software, LLC. Along with managing two developmental teams, Mr. Pibil acted as lead architect for a video based authoring tool. He has also acted as the President for Blogs at Work until June 2011, providing blogging coaching services to many companies.
Mr. Pibil received a Bachelor of Science in Economics at Towson State University in 1991.
Timothy Whittie has more than 30 years of professional engineering experience and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Maryland and District of Columbia. Whittie has worked as the Chief of Development Services for Cecil County since May 2006. In his current capacity Mr. Whittie is responsible for the creation of procedures regulating the asbestos disposal at the Cecil County Landfill.
During his career with the Cecil County Department of Public Works, Whittie was responsible for updating the Cecil County Road and Storm Drain Code in 2007. Most recently, he updated the Cecil County Stormwater Management Ordinance in 2010.
In addition to his work in the county, he also acted as the project manager for many companies throughout the state. Whittie received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering focusing on Hydraulics and Hydrology from the University of Maryland in 1983.
Both nominees now await confirmation by the Harford County Council to their positions as required by the Harford County Charter.