Accomplishments and Goals
FY 2017/18 Accomplishments
- Replace 25 dispatch and computer lab computers for the Police Department.
- Replace 32 desktop computers at Fire stations.
- Continue the replacement of the land management software.
- Continue the replacement of enterprise cashiering software system.
- Replace Citizens Request Management system (Pipeline).
- Replace the Agenda Management software solution.
- Expansion of camera surveillance systems at Library and Community Services facilities.
- Improved customer service and Information Technology governance.
- Implement new IT Management System (ITSM) to track all technology related issues and projects.
- Expansion of mobility solutions and remote access for City employees with additional 60 devices.
- Implement new cyber security measures.
- Upgrade backup system and expand network storage capacity.
- Upgrade Voice over IP phone system.
- Complete upgrade of Microsoft Office citywide.
- Implement new hardware to improve the reliability of Fire Station computers.
- Replace public libraries computers.
- Upgrade the Council Chambers Audio\Video Technology equipment.
- Implemented additional IT strategic plan recommendations.
- Replace network core switch for the Police Department.
- Implement new Public Records Act (PRA) management software.
- Expand the use of GIS in support of applications citywide.
- Build multiple new GIS applications and data layers to support city-wide projects.
- Implement the new remote access system for vendors.
- Implement intrusion detection gateway to protect City's application.
- Implement new agenda management system.
FY 2018/19 Goals
- Continue the replacement of the Electronic Land Management (ELM) system.
- Start the Police Computer Aided Dispatch and Records Management System replacement project.
- Complete the implementation of the enterprise Cashiering system.
- Upgrade computer hard drives and parts citywide to extend the life of PCs by 2-3 years.
- Implement additional inventory module to the Cityâ€™s new IT management System.
- Upgrade local and wide area network by replacing and upgrading aged network equipment.
- Upgrade virtual infrastructure by replacing 3 servers.
- Develop a new updated Disaster Recovery (DR) plan.
- Install downtown fiber to connect several City facilities.
- Upgrade Electronic Document Imaging System (EDMS).
- Continue implementation of new cyber security measures and tools.
- Implement an email archiving system.
- Upgrade desktop operating system citywide.
- Upgrade GIS Open Data Portal and Information Model.
- Prepare GIS data layers for Census 2020, Broadband, and Next Generation 911.
- Replace 30% of aged mobile devices citywide.
- Upgrade 40 computers for Utilities division of Public Works.
- Upgrade software to better manage desktops citywide.
- Enterprise solution for Survey tool.
- Implement SharePoint technology in public safety - Police team.
- Implement In-Time scheduling solution in public safety - Police team.
- Implement training programs for new and existing staff to improve IT service delivery.
- Complete Office 2016 deployment to Library lab computers and PD mobile devices.
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Huntington Beach, CA
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