Digital Cities Survey 2016

Digital Cities Survey 2016

Information Technology
316 Vernon St., Suite 300
Roseville, CA 95678
egov@roseville.ca.us

Through our leadership, expertise and strategic partnerships, we deliver innovative, cost-effective technology solutions to support citywide operations and provide excellent community service.
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2016 Digital Cities Survey Synopsis


In the past decade, technology has transformed the way the City of Roseville transacts and communicates with its employees, citizens and businesses. The City’s innovative technology efforts, mobile strategies, social computing and cloud-1st initiatives have provided us with new and exciting opportunities to further connect with our community.

Technology is what drives the future infrastructure of the City. Through collaborative partnership in many of our innovative projects today and investing in our team members with the right skill sets, cost effective solutions are delivered to support the Citywide operations and provide excellent services to our community.

When considering the City’s digital future, the Information Technology Department will continue to look for new ways to provide cost-effective, high-value solutions to deliver what our internal and external customers expect in mainstream formats such as web-enabled phones, tablets, and computers. In addition, we will continue to work with all departments as a strategic partner to represent a unified, secure, citizen-centric digital experience where all the information and services are always available online and oversee an agile, cutting-edge technical infrastructure to meet the City’s ever-growing needs.

The City envisions and requires even greater use of innovative technology in the years ahead. The Cities forward thinking mindset will influence many technology decisions in the future, and will guide us to achieve the City's Vision, Mission and Goals, as well as to become the City of choice for living, working, and collaboration.

Big Picture and External Challenges

Open: Open Government/ Transparency/ Open Data

Mobile: Mobility/ Mobile Applications

Engaged: Social Media/ Portal/ Citizen Engagement

Collaborative: Shared Services/ Collaboration Initiatives

Secure: Cybersecurity Measures/ Initiatives

Staffed/ Supported: Hiring and Retaining Competent IT Personnel

Connected: Broadband/ Wireless Infrastructure

Efficient: Budget/Cost Control / Performance Measures

Resilient: Disaster Recovery/ Continuity of Operations

Innovative/ Best Practices Initiatives

Self Assessment

Final Report

Registrant/Respondent:
First Name: Hong
Last Name: Sae
Title/Role: Chief Information Officer
Department/Agency: Information Technology Department
Email: HSae@roseville.ca.us
Phone: (916) 774-5152
City Website URL: http://www.roseville.ca.us/
Address: 401 Oak Street, Suite 404
City/Town: Roseville
State: California
ZIP Code: 95678

Communications - Public Information Director
(alternate contact if the registrant is not available):
First Name: Roger
Last Name: Root
Title/Role: IT Program Manager, Strategic Planning & Digital Communications 
Department/Agency: Information Technology Department 
Email: RRoot@roseville.ca.us
Phone: (916) 774-5120