Minnesota Counties Information Systems (MCIS) is a joint powers organization dedicated to providing quality, integrated information solutions through customized computer applications and responsive support.
Core values include: knowledge/skilled/experienced; quality; responsive; cost effective.
MCIS (pronounced em-sis) is an acronym for Minnesota Counties Information Systems. We are a governmental organization, established in 1975 as a joint powers under MN Statutes §471.59. There are eleven (11) “Full” members and four (4) ”Associate” members. A “Full Member” is a governmental unit who participates fully in the joint powers agreement, and has a vote on the MCIS Board. An “Associate Member” is a governmental unit purchasing services from MCIS through an executed service agreement, but are not signatories to joint powers agreement and has no voting rights on the MCIS Board.
Member counties utilize the Property Tax and CAMA application, and optional services of Payroll/HR, Hosting, and/or Document Pro based on individual member needs. Associate members, consisting of Hubbard, Kittson, Lake of the Woods, and Polk counties, receive services on the Land Records Management System (Document Pro).