Technology Committee - February 10, 2012 - Agenda

Meeting Date: 
February 10, 2012 (All day)
Technology Committee

Hearing Room 406
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102-4689

February 10, 2012 – 5:30 PM

Regular Meeting

Members: Bruce Wolfe (Chair), Jackson West, Jay Costa


2. Agenda Review (Discussion and Action)
(approximately 15 minutes)

3. Discuss and Approve Scope (Discussion and Action)
(approximately 30 minutes)

4. Items of Interest (Discussion and Action)
a. Orders Determination Database Project
b. Open Documents in New City Enterprise System
i. Presentation by DT
c. Standardized Index of Records for all Departments
d. Review Records Retention Including Backup/Restore Polices
i. Recommend Policy Amendments and Procedures
e. Timeline
(approximately 30 minutes)

5. Public Comment (No Action)

6. Announcements, Comments, Questions, and Future Agenda Items (No Action)


Agenda Item Information

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Public Comment

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Hearing Procedures

1. Complainant presents his/her facts and evidence 5 minutes
Other parties of Complainant present facts and evidence Up to 3 minutes each
2. City responds 5 minutes
Other parties of City respond Up to 3 minutes each
Above total speaking times for Complainant and City to be the same.
3. Matter is with the Task Force for discussion and questions.
4. Respondent and Complainant presents clarification/rebuttal 3 minutes
5. Matter is with the Task Force for motion and deliberation.
6. Public comment (Excluding Complainant & City response, witnesses) Up to 3 minutes each
7. Vote by Task Force (Public comment at discretion of chair on new motion and/or on new motion if vote fails.)

Note: Time must be adhered to. If a speaker is interrupted by questions, the interruption does not count against his/her time.

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Cell Phones, Pagers and Similar Sound-Producing Electronic Devices

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Lobbyist Registration and Reporting Requirements

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