METROPOLITAN INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Better Communities through Information and Collaboration Technologies
The Mission of the Metropolitan Information eXchange (MIX) is to promote progress in the information technology profession by providing Chief Information Officers of large local governments, with similar interests, the means for learning and exchanging ideas and practices.
MIX began in 1966 as an association of East Coast cities, whose IT leaders formed the organization. MIX evolved over the years into its current form: a tightly-knit community of 65 CIOs and IT Directors for the most innovative cities and counties in the United States with populations of over 100,000. These leaders engage in honest and frequent dialog to help each other solve common issues, jointly respond to the demands of government technology, and effectively meet connectivity needs across communities.