SEATTLE, Wash., Apr 2023 – Seattle City Light has selected Onit Management Consulting as one of an elite group of consultants to support its Project Management, Business Analysis, and Organizational Change Management needs through 2028. Representing a $60m project portfolio, SCL’s on-call projects will support its Utility Technology Division (UTD) and include the implementation of new software systems, integration of business processes, and improvement of workflows. The projects will enable UTD to deliver its technology vision via a strategic roadmap, combining SCL and consultant resources as needed for each individual project. Onit is proud to be selected as part of this team and we look forward to working with Seattle City Light and our peer firms to deliver great results for the people of Seattle.
ABOUT SEATTLE CITY LIGHT’S UTILITY TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
Seattle City Light’s Utility Technology Division is charged with creating and managing City Light’s Utility Technology Plan to address development of technology in line with City Light’s Strategic Plan, using planning horizons of two, four, and six years. The plan evaluates and recommends existing and future state technologies to meet City Light’s strategic objectives, which include improving the customer experience, creating the energy future, developing workforce and organizational agility, and ensuring financial health and affordability. Founded in 1902, Seattle City Light is a community-owned, not-for-profit utility providing carbon-neutral power for homes and businesses across Seattle and nearby communities.
ABOUT ONIT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
Founded in 2013, Onit Management Consulting provides expert management consultants for roles in technical and business project and program management, organizational change management (OCM), ESJ / DEI program evaluation and management, Lean / Six Sigma process improvement, communications and more. Our business is solving our clients’ problems, and we are proud to count among our client list many of the Pacific Northwest’s leading commercial and government institutions including City of Seattle, King County, Tacoma Power, Seattle City Light, The State of Washington, Microsoft, Premera Blue Cross, Sound Transit, Puget Sound Energy, and more.