2012 News, Awards & Accomplishments:

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MISAC

The City of Roseville Information Technology (IT) Department is pleased to announce receipt of two awards from Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC).

MISAC Quality in IT Practices Award
The Quality in IT Practices program recognizes a baseline performance level for IT in the Municipal government environment.  The areas surveyed for this award are: Technology Governance, Strategic Planning, Policies and Procedures, Budgeting & Purchasing, Operations and Staffing, Customer Satisfaction, Project Management, Professional Development & Training, Emergency Management, GIS and Enterprise Security.

MISAC President Award
The Presidents award is intended for recognizing an organization that has shown an outstanding contribution to MISAC or the Municipal Information Technology field.   Our submission focused on using an innovative and collaborative approach for addressing a need in the City.  An independent audit recommended that the City hire a Chief Security / Compliance Officer.  An alternate and creative solution was fostered to create a citywide committee to address the security and compliance needs (Enterprise Security Committee).  The award was presented for innovation, cost avoidance and working collaboratively for addressing security requirements while balancing competing business priorities. 


2011 News, Awards & Accomplishments:
Accomplishments: IT Annual Accomplishments

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The City of Roseville was recently awarded first place in the Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities 2011 Digital Cities Survey, in the population category of 75,000-124,999. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully incorporate information technology into operations to better serve constituents and businesses. Recognized cities have continued to realize operational objectives despite financial challenges, strategically investing to maximize dollars and effectively conduct the business of government. 2011 represents the second year in a row Roseville was recognized as one of the top five most technology-advanced cities in America, in its population category. View the video and slides of the award presentation.



2010 News, Awards and Accomplishments:
Accomplishments: IT Annual Accomplishments

Awards:

The City of Roseville was recently awarded 4th place in the Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities 10th annual Digital Cities Survey, in the population category of 75,000-124,999. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully incorporate information technology into operations to better serve constituents and businesses.





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In 2007, the City of Roseville won the DGAA (Digital Government Achievement Award) for Technology Governance and Project Portfolio Management. The DGAA is a national program that recognizes outstanding agency and applications that enhance information interactions, transactions and/or services.