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  • The Connected Urban Development blueprint includes solutions in the following areas: Teleworking for businesses as well as city workers. Successful implementation will depend on the availability of a citywide broadband infrastructure. Intelligent traffic management . IP-based solutions offer dynamic traffic management and rerouting of private transportation. Promoting public transportation . Increase use of public transportation by feeding real-time information to smartphones and PDAs. Reducing municipal CO 2 emissions . Implement intelligent building management and “connected workplace” concepts. Building smart communities . Cultivate citizen involvement in innovative green solutions. All of these solutions are built upon a foundation of connected civil, building, and network infrastructures.
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    • 1. City and County of San Francisco Technology: Past, Present, and Future Chris Vein Chief Information Officer City and County of San Francisco
    • 2. Agenda
      • Introductions
      • Current State
      • CIO Vision
      • Subcommittee Cost Saving Ideas
      • Going Forward
    • 3. Introductions 1
    • 4. Sierra Systems/Craig Holt
      • Funding was appropriated through COIT to the City CIO for the first ever city-wide strategic technology plan.
      • Sierra Systems was selected through a competitive RFP process using the Computer Store.
      • Sierra Systems is a leading professional services firm providing high-quality, cost –effective business information systems solutions.
      • Craig Holt is a former CIO for the State of Oregon and is currently Practice Director for Sierra Systems covering both public and private sector accounts.
    • 5. Current State 2
    • 6. City CIO Vision & Plan 3
    • 7. Dr Mitch Katz: “We cannot continue doing things the same way.” Call to Action
      • Policy Directives
      • Customer Demand
      • Financial Imperative
      • Operational Needs
      • People Requirements
    • 8. Citizen-centric Government Enabled by Technology
      • Unified Collaboration Suite
      • Software as a Service
      • Infrastructure as a Service
      • Web Services
      • Web 2.0
      • Cloud Computing
      • Hosted Services
      Technologies
      • Collaborative
      • Agile
      • Cost Effective
      • Virtualized
      • Interoperable
      • Standardized
      • Consolidated
      • Redundant
      • Secure
      Characteristics Utility Services
      • Communications
      • Infrastructure
        • Primary Data Center
      • Media
      • Enterprise Applications
      • Business Process
      • Support Desk
    • 9. Framework Empowering Investing Planning Streamlining Strengthening Workforce
    • 10. Business Policy Pillars and Departmental Initiatives Infrastructure, Planning & Redevelopment Health Transportation Government Efficiency Emergency Planning
      • Implement Master Address Database
      • Connect 11 community health clinics to city fiber
      • Pilot Sharepoint collaboration tool for MTA
      • TBD
      • Enable 311 to transfer service requests to all departments
      • Pilot open source collaboration contact management
      • Pilot open source web GIS map for DEM
      Broadband Platform Connected Infrastructure IP-Enabled Homes and Offices, Roads, Utilities, Workplace Design
    • 11. Fiber and Spectrum: Fundamental Enabling Infrastructure Data Center Migration: Ensuring Anytime Anywhere Operations Four Key Projects Web 2.0: “ Technologies That Enable User Collaboration” Collaboration: “ Co-labor Working Toward Common Goal”
    • 12. Combined Subcommittee Input 4
    • 13. COIT Subcommittee Ideas
      • Address Procurement Process
      • Master Service / Enterprise Agreements
      • Consolidate email Systems
      • Leasing Programs
      • Identify Existing projects/programs that are already in place that can be successfully rolled out citywide
      • Centralization of LAN/desktop IT functions
      • Formalize communications and budgeting by MSA
      • Centralize IT procurement (similar to construction contract process)
      • Voluntary “opt-out” of land-lines. (eliminate landlines in favor of cell phones)
      • Suspend OCA/HRC procurement requirements
      • Staff/Labor/Resource sharing
      • Improved/Streamlined procurement
      • Email retention policy
      • DT Consulting – DT should move back to a solutions consulting role for other CCSF departments
      • Digital Signatures
      • Asset Management CMMS
      • SaaS
      • IaaS
      • Telecomm Efficiencies –Create policy/proc for desktop phone deployment; effective use of cell phones/pagers
      • Hosted data center (cloud computing)
      • Virtualized Desktops
      • Hosted Services
      • WAN / Blueprint – Architecture review blueprint
      • Master Agreements
      • Unified Security
      • S/W contract re-negotiation and consolidation
      • Enterprise License
        • MSFT
        • CISCO
        • IBM
        • Avaya
    • 14. Consolidated COIT Subcommittee Ideas ( 2 or more – immediate benefit)
      • Vendor contract “renegotiation” of current contracts - w/focus on Citywide Service Agreements,
      • Enterprise License agreements – means standardization
      • Land Line/Cell Phone consolidation
      • Suspend HRC and Procurement as it relates to IT
      • Application Portfolio Consolidation – where it makes sense - examples
        • email
        • Building permits
        • Shared Real estate
      • Consolidation of functions – specifically;
        • Help Desk
        • LAN
        • Data Center
        • Desktop Support
        • IT Procurement
    • 15. Going Forward 5
    • 16. Gartner 25 Common IT Cost Containment Techniques
      • Chargeback
      • IT PMO
      • IT Governance
      • Contingent Workers
      • Software as a Service
      • Capacity-on-Demand
      • Staff Reconfiguration
      • Selective Outsourcing
      • Offshore Outsourcing
      • Automated Software Distribution
      • Server/Storage Virtualization
      • Voice/Date Network Reengineering
      • Voice Over Protocol
      • Cut Non-performing Products/Services
      • 15. Standard Operating Environment
      • Data Center Consolidation/Automation
      • Teleworking
      • Refresh/Upgrade Delay
      • Asset/License Management
      • Print Fleet Rationalization
      • Telephone Expense Management
      • Audit Telephone Bill
      • Contract Renegotiation
      • It Operations Process Improvement
      • App. Dev. Process Improvement
    • 17. Turning Discussion Into Immediate Action
      • Vendor contract “renegotiation” of current contracts
      • Enterprise contract agreements
      • Bulk procurement
      • Land Line/Cell Phone consolidation

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