What We Do
We host regular public meetings as a vehicle of transparency into City operations. We encourage you to join our conversation as we make important decisions related to government technology.
We develop the City's five-year strategic technology plan. We encourage you to read about our current and upcoming strategic initiatives and technology projects.
Make Smart Investments
We review and approve all new technology projects above $100,000. The City plans to engage in 152 new technology projects worth $386 million over the next few years.
Our policies intend to guide the adoption and use of technology. Governing policies are used to support strategic goals like cybersecurity and disaster preparedness.
Committee on Information Technology
COIT is the main governance body that makes decisions regarding the future of the City’s technology. The Committee is composed of 13 department heads that represent each of the major service areas.View Committee
Budget and Performance Subcommittee
COIT's subcommittee is staffed by technical, financial, and administrative representatives from City departments. The primary focus of the subcommittee is to support the planning, budgeting, and performance oversight on City technology.View Subcommittee
Privacy and Surveillance Advisory Board
To comply with Section 19B of the City's Administrative Code, the Privacy and Surveillance Advisory Board reviews and provides recommendations to COIT in regards to department surveillance technology.