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Information Technology Department
Through our leadership, expertise and strategic partnerships, we deliver innovative, cost effective technology solutions to support city wide operations and provide excellent service to the community.
The Information Technology (IT) Department maintains and administers all City business technology. The IT team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and enabling efficient City government. The department is comprised of three major functions with seven divisions.
Planning / Administration
* Planning - Roger Root (Manager)
Customer Service / Applications
* Customer Services - Michael Sinor (Assistant Director)
* Enterprise Applications Support - Duke Arakaki (Manager)
* Public Safety Technology Services - Art Vogtlin (Manager)
* Service Desk - Holly Grover (Senior Analyst)
Infrastructure / Operations
* Data Center - Tom Pelster (Assistant Director)
* Communications - Gaston De Ferrari (Manager)
* Geographic Information System (GIS) / Internet - Scott Adrian (Manager)
To help provide our customers with high quality customer service, the IT Department has adopted this customer service pledge.
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Hong Sae (Sae)
Chief Information Officer
401 Oak Street, Suite 404
Roseville, CA 95678
* Leaders in technology for Roseville.
* Strategic partners working together to succeed.
* Flexible and agile to meet business needs with innovation.
* Collaborative work environment.
* Valued Partnerships
* Excellent Service
* Superior Results
Visit the Online Services page to access technology and other services offered by the City.
Bids and RFPs
RFP information regarding technology projects can be found on the Purchasing and Bid Information page. There are currently no technology RFPs.
|The IT Planning and Administration Team presents to you the 2013-2015 Citywide Strategic Technology Plan.|
|An article written on Roseville's Virtual City Hall and the IT Department.|
|The City of Roseville, CA has been recognized as the top digital city for its size in the United States by the Center of Digital Government and the National League of Cities in survey results released yesterday, November 2, 2011. |
The 11th annual survey spotlights the municipalities that best show how information and communication technology are used to enhance public service. The City of Roseville placed first in the 75,000-124,999 population category.