ARCHITECTURE & STANDARDS SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Thursday, September 12, 2013
One South Van Ness, 2nd Floor
CONFERENCE ROOM 2215
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Flavio Aggio, Chair, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Technology
David Counter, Chief Information Officer, Department of Public Health
Daniel Gonzales, IT Manager, Airport
Susan Kearney, Chief Information Officer, Port of San Francisco
Mitch Sutton, IT Manager, Department of Emergency Management
Ephrem Naizghi, Chief Information Officer, Department of Public Works
Art Wong, Technology Program Manager, Metropolitan Transportation Agency
Susan Giffin, Chief Information Officer, Police
Chanda Ikeda, COIT Analyst, Mayor’s Office
1. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Flavio Aggio at 10:04 a.m.
2. Roll Call:
Wilson Lo for Daniel Gonzales
Tedman Eng for Susan Kearney
Alan Tse for Mitch Sutton
Gary Price for Susan Giffin
3. Approval of meeting minutes
The minutes of July 11, 2013 were approved.
4. Discussion: Open Issues From Previous Meetings
Mr. Aggio opened the discussion by introducing himself as the Department of Technology’s new Chief Technology Officer and recently appointed Chair to the Subcommittee.
He then directed members’ attention to previous agendas and minutes. There was general discussion around file sharing as well as the direction of the Subcommittee going forward.
Ms. Lily Liang was asked to speak about the file sharing and cloud storage survey commissioned by former Chair Gina Tomlinson in May.
Drawing from the discussion, it was decided that the Subcommittee continue work on developing file sharing application solutions. However, the sub-committee members also agreed that file sharing is not a high priority at the moment. In addition, Mr. Aggio proposed the development of a roadmap and working group outside of the Subcommittee as well as engaging industry experts to assist in future and ongoing efforts.
5. Discussion: Citywide Architecture (Flavio Aggio – Dept. of Technology)
The discussion turned to citywide architecture and more generally, the ways in which the Subcommittee can fulfill its purpose and goals as set out by its Charter.
In his presentation, Mr. Aggio discussed 1) what IT enterprise architecture is, 2) an illustration of enterprise architecture, and 3) how enterprise architecture can help the City and County of San Francisco.
To view this presentation, go to: http://www.sfcoit.org.
In conclusion, Mr. Aggio discussed his professional background and how his work in semi-conductor technology and chemical engineering informed his knowledge of architecture and organizational structure. He expressed his eagerness to contribute and work with the City’s technology community and Subcommittee members joined in welcoming him.
6. Public Comment
There was no public comment.
The meeting was adjourned at 11:10 a.m.