What is FAMIS?
The Florida Association of Management Information Systems INC. (FAMIS) was established to develop working relationships with various professionals, and to facilitate an open dialogue within the K-12 educational community on all matters concerning information technology.
Driving Tomorrow’s Technology Today!
All school districts have a designated representative for FAMIS. A steering committee is elected by the school district representatives to oversee and direct the operations of the Organization. The current Chair is Belinda Fries, Suwanee County Public Schools. The Vice-Chair is Stephen Bowen, FSU Lab School. The Treasurer is James Goines, Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (PAEC), and the Secretary is Jim Dunn, St. Lucie Public Schools.
Focusing On Success
Focusing on the successes of implementing IT systems, the FAMIS spring conference features IT professionals and school district representatives who will discuss innovative ways to enhance systems and applications. Discussion topics include wireless WAN technology, security, bandwidth, scalability, reliability, and cost comparison of IT systems and solutions for K-12 systems. The FAMIS organization was established to develop working relationships with various professionals and facilitate an open dialogue within the K-12 educational community on all matters concerning information technology. FAMIS focuses on process improvements, new technologies, and developing strategies to use the state and district information systems for management planning and decision-making.