CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
COIT ARCHITECTURE & POLICY SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
City Hall, Room 305
Flavio Aggio – Chair, Chief Technology Officer, Technology
Julia Dawson – Co-Chair, Deputy Director, Public Works
Dale Riley – Director, Information Services, City Attorney
Mike Dearman –Director, Financial Systems Replacement, Controller’s Office
Eugene Clendinen – Chief Administrative & Financial Officer, District Attorney
Michelle Geddes – Program Manager, Emergency Management
Jesus Mora –IT Manager, Fire
Norm Goldwyn – IT Director, General Services Agency
Jay Nath – Chief Innovation Officer, Mayor’s Office
Hoppers – IT Manager, MTA
Susan Merritt –CIO, Police
Susan Kearney –CIO, Port
Bill Kim –CIO, Public Health
Ken Salmon – CIO, Public Utilities Commission
Ephrem Naizghi – Chief Information Officer, Public Works
Ian Law – CIO, San Francisco Airport
Tajel Shah – Deputy Director, Treasurer-Tax Collector
Chanda Ikeda – COIT Analyst, Mayor’s Office
1. The meeting was called to order by Ms. Julia Dawson at 2:12 p.m.
2. Roll Call:
3. Approval of Minutes
The minutes of June 12, 2014 were approved with the correction of a clerical error.
4. Metadata & Data Licensing Standards Draft – Joy Bonaguro, Chief Data Officer
Ms. Bonaguro reported that metadata best practices had been identified and that she hoped to bring a draft standard to the Subcommittee and COIT for review and approval by the end of the quarter.
Ms. Bonaguro clarified that the metadata standards are being developed by a subset of a working group. She noted that data licensing would be addressed later in a separate standard.
A general discussion followed regarding outreach, stakeholder input, and data life cycle management.
5. Presentation & Discussion: PCI Compliance – Pauline Marx, Chief Assistant Treasurer
Ms. Marx discussed PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance in relation to City business, banking, and transactions. She explained the Office of the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s business need and role in ensuring City-wide compliance and provided an overview and timeline to achieve this goal.
There was a general discussion regarding the process, consulting services, and the RFP (Request for Proposal) that Ms. Marx hoped to issue in the coming weeks.
Following this discussion, it was generally agreed that COIT should be briefed with a progress report by Treasurer-Tax and/or its consultant(s) on PCI compliance, associated risks, and initial findings.
6. Discussion: Enterprise Architecture Principles
Ms. Dawson led a general discussion which addressed the goals, revisions, and content of the Subcommittee’s draft Enterprise Architecture Principles.
It was determined that further review, expanded language and proposed changes should be brought back to the Subcommittee during its next meeting.
7. Public Comment
Mr. David Pilpel suggested that an infrastructure blueprint should be a separate document from the Enterprise Architecture Principles and that the latter should have more detailed concrete examples in each section.
The meeting was adjourned at 3:49 p.m.