CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
COIT ARCHITECTURE & POLICY SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
Thursday, April 3, 2014
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
City Hall, Room 201
Flavio Aggio – Chair, Chief Technology Officer, Technology
Julia Dawson – Co-Chair, Deputy Director, Public Works
Dale Riley – Director, Information Services, City Attorney
Mike Dearman –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 2:10 p.m.
2. Roll Call:
3. Approval of Minutes
The minutes of March 6, 2014 were approved.
4. Discussion & Action: City Service Set Identifier (SSID) Standard and Policy
A motion to recommend the Subcommittee’s SSID standard and policy to COIT was passed and approved.
5. Presentations: Mobile Device Management (MDM)
The following presentations are available for download at http://www.sfcoit.org.
Public Utilities Commission (PUC)
Mr. Javier Tous and Mr. Ken Salmon discussed the PUC’s MDM business requirements, vendor selection process, pilot, and implementation process.
Department of Public Works (DPW)
Noting that the department has not yet implemented a MDM solution, Mr. Victor Tang-Quan and Mr. Eddy Ching discussed the various business requirements which have prompted DPW’s to research viable options.
A general discussion followed in which members remarked on MDM initiatives explored by other departments and the Department of Technology’s proposal to endorse a City-wide solution.
6. Discussion & Action: Enterprise Architecture Principles
This item was tabled for a later date.
7. Discussion: Infrastructure Equipment Standard — Flavio Aggio, Technology
Mr. Aggio proposed that the Subcommittee begin to develop a list of standards to be used City-wide in the procurement of infrastructure equipment. General feedback was received and it was determined that further discussion would be needed on the initial list of included vendors.
8. Discussion: Standardization Presentation — Scott Bittler, Gartner
Focusing on standardization, Mr. Bittler discussed a variety of strategies to minimize redundancies, improve the effectiveness and interoperability of IT and business systems, and ultimately reduce costs. Noting Gartner’s partnership with the Department of Technology, Mr. Bittler pointed to several resources and services provided by his company.
9. Public Comment
There was no public comment.
The meeting was adjourned at 4:00 p.m.