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  1. Call to Order by Chair

  2. Roll Call

    Taraneh Moayed – Chair, Assistant Director, Office of Contract Administration

    Mark de la Rosa – Acting Chief Auditor Executive, City Service Auditor, Controller’s Office

    Jason Lally – Chief Data Officer, DataSF, City Administrator’s Office

    Brian Roberts – Policy Analyst, Department of Technology

    Todd Rydstrom – Deputy Controller, Controller’s Office

    Matthias Jaime – Director, Committee on Information Technology

    Nnena Ukuku – Public Member

  3. Approval of Minutes from June 26, 2020 (Action Item)

  4. Review and Approval of Surveillance Technology Policy: Drones (Action Item)

    Section 19B of the City & County of San Francisco’s Administrative Code requires all departments with surveillance technologies to develop a Surveillance Impact Report and Surveillance Technology Policy for their ongoing authorized use. Each Surveillance Technology Policy must be approved by COIT before they are reviewed by the Board of Supervisors.

    Today, we will be hearing from the following departments:

    • Port
    • Recreation and Parks
  5. Review of Surveillance Technology Toolkit: ALPR (Discussion Item)

    • Municipal Transit Authority 
  6. Public Comment

  7. Adjournment

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